During my lifetime, I believe that some of my greatest achievements were:
1. The Montgomery Bus Boycott: The boycott, which lasted for over a year, was a pivotal moment in the civil rights movement and helped to galvanize the African American community in the struggle for equality.
2. The Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC): I helped to co-found the organization in 1957, which coordinated the efforts of local civil rights groups and provided a national voice for the movement.
3. The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom: The march, which took place on August 28, 1963, was a major demonstration for civil rights and was attended by over 250,000 people. It was during this march that I delivered my famous "I Have a Dream" speech.
4. The Civil Rights Act of 1964: This landmark legislation banned discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, and helped to end segregation in the United States.
5. The Voting Rights Act of 1965: This legislation helped to ensure that African Americans and other minorities had the right to vote, by eliminating discriminatory voting practices.
6. The Nobel Peace Prize in 1964: I was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for my work in the civil rights movement. It was a recognition of my efforts in promoting nonviolence and racial equality.
7. These were some of the major achievements during my lifetime, but my work and message was not limited to these events and actions. My message of nonviolence, love and understanding continue to inspire people around the world to strive for a just and equal society.