I Have A Dream By Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Martin Luther King once said, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.” This quote analyzes that people can’t get rid of hatred by hating more but, by love and the hate will vanish. The articles, “Worsening, unchecked segregation in K-12 public schools,” by Washington Post, “Civil Rights Leaders: Martin Luther King Jr,” by Biography.com Editors and A+E Networks, “DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR., CHANGING AMERICA,” by Barbara Radner, and “Famous Speeches: Martin Luther King 's "I Have a Dream” by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., analyzes MLK’s life and teachings and some issues that can be solved that are still occuring in the world, today. It is evident that if Martin Luther King Jr. was still alive today, he would teach people to stop segregation that is still continued today by being kind, standing up in a nonviolent manner, and by not being judgemental.
To begin, Martin Luther King Jr. wanted to put a stop to segregation during his lifetime. If he was still alive today, MLK would probably continue to teach others about segregation and how it should be stopped. In the text, “Worsening, unchecked segregation in K-12 public schools” it states, “Segregation in public K-12 schools isn 't getting better; it 's getting worse, and getting worse quickly," he said. More than 20 million students of color now attend high-poverty, minority schools.” This portrays the fact that segregation is still a problem that is continued
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