March On Washington For Jobs And Freedom Rhetorical Analysis

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And the mid-twentieth century racism was a huge issue in the U.S. The most prominent was the racism of African Americans. Blacks were horribly. So then blacks made up civil rights activist and groups to change the system. The most known and noble activist was Martin Luther King. Who is well known for his “I have a dream” speech. Which was given on the “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom” in 1963. In this speech Mr.King used symbolism, metaphorical imagery and strong diction. These strategies shows pathos, ethos, and logos to help the audience understand his message and
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