Tuesday's Trivia Question
In 1963, Dr. King spent eight days in a jail in Birmingham, Alabama, the south's most segregated city, for leading a demonstration on Good Friday. (After sit-ins and marches, city officials on April 10 had secured a state court injuction against further demonstrations, which King then disregarded.)
While in jail, King came across an open letter from eight white clergymen printed in The Birmingham News. The open letter strongly criticized the mass protests and called upon the black community in Birmingham to not support the demonstrations.
In response, Dr. King wrote the now famous "Letter From Birmingham Jail."
To win today's contest, find both the Letter From Birmingham Jail and the open letter from the eight white clergymen on the internet and post both links here. The links must be to the complete documents.