Who Am I?

By Indykids Staff

Clue #1: At 35 years old, I was the youngest person to ever receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

Clue #2: Seven days after my assassination, Congress passed the Federal Fair Housing Act, which was something I petitioned for in my lifetime.

Clue #3: I spoke out strongly against the United States’ role in the Vietnam war and called the U.S. government “the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today.”

Clue #4: The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) began tracking me in 1961. The FBI placed wiretaps on my home and office phones, and bugged rooms in hotels as I traveled across the country.

Answer: Martin Luther King, Jr.

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