The Letter from a Birmingham jail is an open letter written by Martin Luther King, Jr. on April 16, 1963 in response to ''A Call to Unity,'' an article that spoke against King and his methods. Dr. King wrote the letter while serving time in Birmingham jail under unusually harsh conditions after being arrested for boycotting and protesting the particularly tough segregation in Birmingham. This reproduction of the letter is printed on fold-out stock, making it great to proudly display and read the words that Dr. King wrote himself.
- 8 fold-out pages
- 8.75'' x 4.75''