Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Nobel Prize
- Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Nobel Prize
- In 1964 Martin Luther King, Jr. was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his dynamic leadership of the Civil Rights movement and steadfast commitment to achieving racial justice through nonviolent action. King accepted the award on December 10, 1964 in Oslo, Norway on behalf of the Civil Rights movement and pledged the prize money to the movement's continued development. At the age of thirty-five, King became the the youngest man, and only the second African American, to receive the prestigious award.
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