Dr. Martin Luther King's Speech I Have A Dream

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At The Lincoln Memorial Dr. King Delivered his speech “I Have A Dream”. In this speech Dr. Martin Luther King uses extensive metaphors to help the listener understand his concerns. His speech is directed towards the government and is why he spoke in Washington D.C. the place where new laws are passed. He is protesting for his rights and goes into depth of the violations being commitied against his race. In his entry paragraph he compares withering injustice to a flame. In his next sentence he talks about discrimination acting like chains. It’s easy to imagine chains locking and restricting things, Dr. King is saying discrimination makes him and other blacks unable to do anything, this included getting hired, voting and their pursuit of happiness.
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