An Analysis Of Martin Luther King's Speech

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As Martin Luther King once said,“We must accept finite disappointment but never lose infinite hope.”. Martin Luther King born January 15,1929 was an advocate speaker for freedom and jobs of African Americans. This resolute and genial man played a main role in the ending of segregation of African Americans. Washington’s Post, “Worsening, unchecked segregation in K - 12 public schools,” Washington’s Post, “American,” Dr. Martin Luther Kings Speech assert the forthright problems Martin Luther King could fix if he were alive today. Although many claim that there peace in America it is evident that America still encounters many problems that Martin Luther King can solve if he was here today. To begin with, African American and Hispanic children are starting to seperate schools again and they’re attending high poverty schools which don’t provide them the full range education they need. According to Washington’s Post, “Worsening, unchecked segregation in K - 12 public schools”, “Minority students in high-poverty schools don 't have the same opportunities as students in other schools. High-poverty, minority schools were less…show more content…
According to Dr. Martin Luther King’s Speech, “I Have a Dream”, “But 100 years later, the Negro still is not free. One hundred years later, the life of the Negro is still sadly crippled by handcuffs of segregation and the chains of discrimination. One hundred years later, the Negro lives on a lonely island of poverty surrounded by a vast ocean of material wealth. One hundred years later, the Negro is still wasting away in the corners of American society and finds himself an exile in his own land.” (Martin 4). This articulates that even years after African Americans are still not free and they’re not getting the freedom they deserve. People have a fixed mindset that African Americans should be regarded as nonentities but that is now slowly changing
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