Although not everyone agreed with him on the topic a lot of people did and they wanted everyone to be the same not everyone agreed with him because they didn’t think everyone should have the same rules because their ethnicity is different. Because everyone had a disagreement because they didn’t like what Martin Luther King Jr said so they decided to assassinate him because they didn’t want anything to change. He made a lot of people happy and proved to them that he was trustworthy because what he was saying was actually true and he might have actually done something if people were agreeing more. He used emotions to get people to understand what he is talking about and let people have a chance to trust what he is
This is a big thing to most people because if you were to trust somebody to lead a state, like he is now, or even a country that is hard to do. Some people say they could do it, but if they really were put in that position than they probably would break down or quit. Also being helpful and caring towards the community is a good way for people to vote for you and stick up for what you say because if you are the one standing up in front of a crowd saying something people think is right, but they would never say
Many may question the idea that a law is unjust if it is inflicted on a mass population who had no part in enacting and devising the law. In the United States, citizens would consider that predicament as a violation of democracy. However, many minorities, particular black American were inflicted by laws that were passed without a fair consensus due to simulations that limited their rights as American citizens. As a result, many black Americans risk their lives fighting for justice for the black community. Although it is one’s moral obligation to abide by the laws for the sake of humanity and harmony amongst the nation, it is unconstitutional to not hold all accountable to the same standards of this nation’s constitution.
A quote is, “Empathy might seem like a hard-to-define, touchy-feely idea, and it’s fair to say that most of us don’t spend our days wondering if we’re empathetic. Yet psychologists have been trying to measure empathy for decades, recognizing its inherent value to humanity. A world without empathy, they say, is a world we wouldn’t want to live in.” (O’Brien 1). This quote explains that many people don’t really think about empathy, but wouldn’t want to live in a world without it. This proves my point because if the world had no empathy, no one would want to live in it causing unhappiness and violence.
King had a more convincing argument on integration. One reason why I believe this is because in the reading “Digital History” it says, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they won't be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” This is showing that Dr. King is a admiring, ardent, and assertive. He believes that there can be good in our world in the future. He is determined to show this perspective to the world about about racism. This quote really shows that Dr. King had a more convincing argument on integration because of this quote and many more in the
The NAACP changed lives and helped african americans not be view certain way. In today’s time The african american culture has stepped up so much in fighting for what’s right, but not in a violent way. It was not always good for african americans but they’d always find a way to make it work. Not all people are on the same viewpoint for african americans most still see them and cruel and unequal human beings, but there is nothing
He was speaking for rights, equality, everything that should have already been there. He wanted it to be there for the generation to come and from then on. He didn't want everything to be left out and worn off and forgotten. "-that one day my children --" Was a key section of his 'I Have a Dream' speech. Cause it not only hit and impacted the crowds of parents or planning parents, but also home to his own children, to his own ideals of life that he wanted out for them.
If you take a look at American life 50, 60, and even 70 years ago, its much different from the life that we know today. People of today do not have to constantly watch their backs, or remind their children that they are not allowed to play outside because of one simple factor; skin. Our progress is undoubtedly a positive slope, but as the saying says, there 's surely always room for improvement. The question we should ask ourselves is if we are doing enough to ensure that our past advocates, and philosophers, and supporters did not die in vain because then we would be unworthy of claiming the rights that they fought so hard for. The civil rights movement has always been a major political and civil unrest, but civil rights activists created unrest for their kids, and their grandchildren, to secure equal treatment for everybody.
A wise man named Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” In other words, the color of a person’s skin should not be judged on how we treat each other. The color of a person’s skin should not be a bother in public. However, there has been many histories where the blacks were treated unnormal because of their skin color. Brent Staples strongly proved something mystical about the world on how many people react to black people in public spaces. He proved it by using ethos, pathos, and logos on his essay he wrote called, “Black Men and Public Space.” Staples who is six feet two inches with a beard approached that several people, especially women, sees him as a mugger, a rapist, or worse.
Blacks were consistently denied their deserved voting rights due to reading tests. Some Social Darwinists believed that it was lawful and proper for all these injustices to occur because some nations had the right to command and control “lesser people”. Even some presidents of the time would not look into the issue and avoided talk about elevated levels of racism and nativism. Minorities and the inequality they saw everyday was extraordinarily jarring and still visible