Martin Luther King's Role In Segregation

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No other person has played a bigger role in segregation than Martin Luther King Jr. He was born January 15th , 1929 and was assassinated April 4th, 1968. Dr. King wanted to end segregation by organizing peaceful demonstrations and rallies. Dr. king inspired many people around the world because he never gave up on his dream. He inspired me differently because I admire the skills he has for being speaker. I watched many of his speeches, he painted pictures with his words and his voice had “power”. Humans are not persuaded by reason alone . Dr. King knew the persuasive power of imagery. He was like an advertiser he created visuals to sell his pitch. For example in his “I have a Dream Speech” he says “one day right there in Alabama little black
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