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HIS- 450DQ 1 – Martin Luther King Jr. changed his strategies in the late 1960s; as a result, he lost thesupport of the NAACP, why?Martin Luther King Jr. was a Baptist minister. He was a prominent social activists during thecivil rights movement in the United States. He was driven by faith to lead unwavering protest forequal rights. Dr. King was involved with the NAACP in Montgomery. He was on the executivecommittee and leadership roles. Although Dr. King held protest, boycotts and marches, they werepeaceful. He lost the support of the NAACP when he opposed Americans being involved in theVietnam War. The Civil Rights bill and the Voting Rights Act were supported by President