Martin Luther King Speech Analysis

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The speech I have chosen to write about is "I Have a Dream" by Dr. Martins Luther King. It is recognised as one of the best speeches ever given Speech. In August 28th, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King cause a great excitement for America with his Prodigious speech "I Have A Dream" which was delivered at Lincoln Memorial. According to research, it is estimated that between 200,000 to 300,000 people attended the shared speech (Hansen, D, D. 2003, p. 177.) including some brave leaders like Jesse Jackson, Mamie Chalmers, Peter Yarrow, and Andrew Young. Dr. Martin Luther King´s message to the American people is demanding racial justice and freedom (Hansen, D, D. 2003, p. 177.) and allowing all color of people especially the black to participate and be included in the society where equal right which he repeatedly decleared in his speech for the black community. While meditating on his speech on a written and spoke text at Standford University freedomring, I found it a touchstone for understanding the social and political change that causes a lot of conflict, confusion, anger at the time and gave the nation a vocabulary to express what was happening.…show more content…
Martin Luther king´s message, I realize that as a cleggy and a civil right activist, it becomes more clearer and so impressive for me to deeply understand the key point in the speech that all people are created "equal" which i found to out to be true, although the case was not reflecting on the Americans to be positive at the time, King felt it must be the case for the future which he foresee. As a matter of fact, while he was speaking to the crowd and Lincoln Memorial, he advised them all that “we must be sure that our struggle is conducted on the highest level of dignity and discipline.” As he speaks,he repeatedly told them never to “drink the poisonous wine of hate,” but to use the “way of nonviolence” when taking “direct action” against oppression (King, 1960, p.

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