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HIS – 450 History Since 1945Topic 5 – Protests, Crisis, and CountercultureDQ 1 – Why did MLK lose the support of the NAACP when he changed his strategies.Martin Luther King Jr. was a Baptist minister was one of the leading social activists during thecivil rights movement in the United States, MLK was fueled by his faith to lead persistentpeaceful protest for equal rights. Dr. King was involved with the NAACP Montgomery branchthough the 1950s as he held a chair on the executive committee as well as the leadership roles, heheld during protest such as boycotts and marches. However, Dr. King lost the support of the