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MLK Letter from Birm

This is the DLV for "Letter from Birmingham Jail"

WordDefinitionSTEM
correspondence letters and calls; forms of communication co=together respond=communicate
affiliated/affiliates officially attached or connected to an organization fils=son or part of a family
deemed thought or considered old English word
compelled required to com=together pel=urge
cognizant aware of, knowledgeable about cogn=to know or think
provincial regional, specific to one area of the country province=similar to a state or region
moratorium an end or temporary suspension mor=dead
retaliate to respond the same way that someone has acted upon, usually with harmful intent re=again
unfettered without chains, bondage, or restrain un=not fetters=chains
lamentably sadly lament=to show sadness
segregation the separate and unequal treatment of two groups se=away greg=groups
ordinance a law or code ord=correct
Created by: t9bailey