M.X: Being both a Muslim and an African American my youth was rough but I came out of them stronger and I believe that to achieve something concrete we have to be prepared to do anything for our case. Thank you very much. Moving on to your famous speeches – ‘I have a Dream’ by Martin Luther King and ‘The Ballot or the Bullet’ by Malcolm X. What do you think made your speech most effective – the way you used your language or the context you spoke in? MLK: I definitely think the context was important because it gave a basis for the speech to reach people.
Because of this Dr. King intricately uses repetition to emphasize the importance of keeping faith because it will lead them to racial justice. Faith is belief that unifies people, and unification is the best way to achieve change as unification has worked all
Such were your thoughts, mild and gentle as your dear eyes and voice. But I-I was a wretch, and none ever conceived of the misery that I then endured (110). —This passage hopes for the existence of a fair comparison between a creator with understanding of the how to the Created works and the Created. He claims to suffer a fate than no one ever suffered, but religious doctrine shows the necessary endurance that God must have had in order to let humanity be after realizes the
Humanity cannot save themselves from sins. Sins produces rebellion and foolishness. With sin people are incapable to fulfill God’s will in their lives. Praise God! God granted us the redeemer Jesus.
Why Millennials Will Save Us All.” Throughout his article, Stein defends millennials and their new way of life against some of the older closedminded generations. Stein does not only give his opinions about the matter, but also presents his case using rhetorical appeals of ethos, logos, and pathos. Joel Stein keeps his reasonings unbiased because he is very aware of what the older generations think and also understands why millennials live the lifestyles they do. Overall, Stein is successful in argument that millennials can be the best new generation of all
This includes Dr. King and Atticus. As you know, they both fight for equality and justice, but how they do this is what separates them. Atticus Finch does it because, “…every lawyer gets at least one case in his lifetime that affects him personally. This one’s mine, I guess.” This means he would most likely not actively fight for a black person if they were not a case of his. Dr. King is the opposite, however.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was, and still is, a very influential person in today’s society. In his speech, “I Have a Dream”, he highlights the themes of freedom, justice, and brotherhood/sisterhood to show the problems that he saw during his time, and his hopes for the future. If Dr. King was alive today, he would still be working towards his dream for the nation. Consequently, there are many events that happen today that oppose King’s themes of freedom, justice, and brotherhood/sisterhood. To begin with, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. greatly highlights his hopes for freedom in his speech.
Beating Hitler’s notion was a good thing because everyone was hoping for the best well obviously for their notion but when Jesse Owens won, their was weight lifted off their shoulders because if Hitler’s notion win he would hold it against all of these innocent people that don’t deserve to be treated the way Hitler treats Jewish. Jesse Owens left a legacy a legacy that will be known as not just a miracle, but it was a legacy that was heard around the WORLD! “ Despite segregation and a social hierarchy that was an impasse to both black opportunity and achievement, Owens created a lasting legacy that drastically impacted race relations.”(dc.etsu.edu). Jesse Owens was the fastest runner in the world for approximately 30 years, getting to shake Hitler’s hand was disapproving because Hitler was not quite thrilled when Jesse Owens won but that didn’t bother Jesse Owens, in fact he felt he didn’t need approval from the guy who tries killing every
Dr. King is widely regarded as America’s pre-eminent advocate of nonviolence and one of the greatest nonviolent leaders in world history (“About Dr. King.”).” King’s courage and call for equality showed that all Americans can live in peace. In this quote it explains that violence is never the answer and how King truly affected the United States population. He experienced many setbacks but still never gave up. His courage brightened the eyes of African Americans and showed that the world will find peace in the future. "Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend (“Top 10”).” King wrote this quote explaining how violence could only make things worse and that violence is unnecessary to achieve true equality.
We shall have to create leaders who embody virtues we can respect, who have morals and ethical principles we can applaud with an enthusiasm that enables us to rally support for them based on confidence and trust. We will have to demand high standards and give consistent, loyal support to those who merit it. We will have to be a reliable constituency for those who prove themselves to be committed...They will be treated in white political councils with the respect those who embody such power deserve. The manifesto that Dr. Martin Luther King embodied to contribute his leadership roles to his fellow ancestors and communities was one of his most powerful accomplishments. His manifesto demonstrated empowering the “secret” strength held within
Choices can be bad, to worse. It is never as black and white as it may seem when it comes to choices, and for that, one cannot wish anything sour to those who chose a path that felt best in a situation. John died a hero for trying to save those falsely accused, and trying to prove that the girls were lying, though that has never been proven and is merely a theory. With that, John also died a selfish man for leaving behind his wife and children for nothing but a name. One can conclude that John can easily be assumed as a selfish hero, like many people in stories and people currently walking the earth.
Jonah is in the middle and he seems almost depressed because he does not have any emotion over anything. All of those traits could have been easily passed down through the generations. Even though we do not know for sure their grandfather had these traits but it is safe to say he must have had some aggression and depression after the war. However he had his faith to keep him strong and work through it. Even though not all of those plays can prove the theory that younger generations can inherit trauma and depression.