Letter From Birmingham Jail

what injustices does dr. king describe in the letter from Birmingham jail.

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Dr. King provides a moral reason for his presence, saying that he came to Birmingham to battle “injustice.” Because he believes that “all communities and states” are interrelated, he feels compelled to work for justice anywhere that injustice is being practiced. Dr. King believes the clergymen have erred in criticizing the protestors without equally exploring the racist causes of the injustice that is being protested (170-171). These injustices include oppression, segregation, and freedom for Black Americans.