Martin Luther King Bullying Persuasive Speech

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There is a group of students walking back and forth to classes. No one notices the boy lingering in the hallway. He is your average student with books in his hands, a bag slumped over his shoulders, and a smile on his face to lighten up the day. However, behind that smile, there is neglect, loneliness, and the label of being an outsider plastered on his forehead. No one acknowledged his existence, until his face was broadcast on the local TV channel. He committed suicide and the students finally remember the shy boy from the hallway. Not only did Martin Luther King Jr. organize protests for change, he enforced the change through his powerful voice. He spoke words of integration and equality. Like King, we must learn to find our voice and to…show more content…
Because technology is rapidly growing, there are bound to be new ways for individuals to bully others on the internet. If the bullying problem continues to be ignored, we will no longer have the next generation to help pull the rest of us from the ditch. When children are bullied extensively, it becomes implanted in their brains and eventually affects their lives as adults. Children would most likely be more violent when they become adults. Many individuals will be hurt in the process if bullying keeps escalating. King wanted peace among the people, not persistent violence. “Knowing that somehow this situation can and will be changed. Let us not wallow in the valley of…show more content…
He found his own voice and spoke against the evil in our society. In the end, this is not about being aware of the bullying problem. This is about finding our voice and making the decision to stop it. I challenge every individual to practice speaking up for the issues they care about and inspire others to do the same. “I say to you today, my friends, though, even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream.” This is the right time to make King’s dream come true. If we practice using our voice, just maybe, we would have known the student’s name who committed suicide, his name was

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