Analysis Of Letter From Birmingham Jail By Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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History has only proven that the insufficiency of equality as individuals brings hostility between people. For example, the discrimination that people of color had suffered due to the rules and restrictions that were imposed to them. Even though, they were American born citizens, the government was not treating them as equal. Therefore, they started to fight for their rights; most of their manifests were non-violent but due to the discernment from the opposite side some of those protests ended up in riots. Dr. Martin Luther king Jr. even describes their frustrations on a letter that he wrote to his oppose white fellow. In this letter, he explained the reasons of their action, he also responded back all the criticism that he received. He was taken as extremist for fighting for his rights and the rights of his people…show more content…
But then again, why not fight for something that you know that belongs to you as an American or for the freedom and quality that the founding fathers have fought for. In his letter, “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”, Dr. King says, “We will reach the goal of freedom in Birmingham and all over the nation, because the goal of America is freedom” (585-86) Furthermore, to the limitation brings the tension and discrimination. Nowadays, even a President cannot escape from be limited and
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