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Dreams Made By Jr. Martin Luther King In His Speech “I Have A Dream”

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Martin+Luther+King+JrEnglish | Grade XII
Dreams Made By Jr. Martin Luther King In His Speech “I Have A Dream”
From: The Heritage of Words

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“I have a dream” is a political speech made by martin Luther king. jr. after the independence of black people. Martin Luther forwards the history of America. the problems faced by black people suggestions to his followers. warning to the government and his wishes. he describe apartheid (discrimination on the basis of color) as the extreme point of human cruelty, and demands for its end.

Some of the dreams made by Jr. Martin Luther King in his speech “I HAVE A DREAM”:

  • He had a dream that one day his nation will rise up and live out with the true meaning of its creed holding the equality of all people living in U.S.
  • He had a dream that one day the hills of Georgia the sons of farmer, slaves(Blacks) and the sons of former slave owners (Whites) will be able to sit together at the table of brotherhood.
  • He had a dream that any children of any color will not be judged on the basis of their color of their skin but by their content or the caliber.
  • He had a dream that every individual will get equal voting rights including their citizenship rights equally in every states.
  • He had a dream that none of the Americans will be judged just by staying in the Ghettos or skyscrapers.
  • He had a dream that any state of U.S will be beyond injustice and oppression but will be transformed into a Oasis of freedom and justice.
  • He had dream that all above situations will be favourable and realistic where little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls and work together as sister and brothers.
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