3429858-Moral or Immoral

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Author’s last Name 1 [Author’s Name] [Professor’s Name] [Course title] [Date] Moral or Immoral If what Dr. Martin Luther King jr. were invited to resolve the issue concerning Jena Six, he would resolve it a non-violent and cool manner which has been a center of his prophesies. For him, the concern for individual character must also expand to include social vigilance and repair. Moral character exists if and only if it restlessly flows down social justice. In a small southern town, a black boy is imprisoned for a fight with a white youth. Thousands of protesters (and legions of journalists) from across the country flood the town, demanding freedom for the prisoner who they say is being treated unfairly because of his race. The protests in Jena , La., in 2007 were eerie in the way they paralleled the civil rights protests that changed American society four decades ago. But there was one monumental difference: the absence of a leader as influential as Martin Luther King Jr. (Terrell, Kenneth 2007)
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