Despite the publicity surrounding King's arrest, the campaign was faltering because few demonstrators were willing to risk arrest. This resulted in over a thousand arrests, and, as the jails and holding areas filled with arrested students, the Birmingham Police Department, led by Eugene "Bull" Connorused high-pressure water hoses and police attack dogs on the children and adult bystanders. The essay was a culmination of many of King's ideas, which he had touched on in earlier writings. When the students crouched or fell, the blasts of water rolled them down the asphalt streets and concrete sidewalks. Gadsden had been attending the demonstration as an observer.
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Eskew, But for Birmingham: KingMartin Luther King Jr. James Bevel borrowed a bullhorn from the police and shouted, "Everybody get off this corner. Open menu Search the website Saved courses. By continuing to use the site you agree to this or your can manage your settings.