Dr. Martin Luther king and Mr. Mandela address of freedom are both similar in many ways because for one there both talking about freedom for their people and what they need to do to make their country better for their self and others to live in. However both Dr. King and Mr. Mandela use repetition in there speech Mr. King use the term "let there be " in his quit a few times and Mr. Mandela use we a lot lot but has they talk the crowd would know that they are referring to them. Mr. King and Mr. Mandela both use parallelism they both use grammatical constructions to express ideas that are related.
Martin and Cesar "I have a dream,” a famous quote said by Martin Luther King along with "Si Se Puede," said by Cesar Chavez. Martin Luther King was the most amazing person people have ever saw. Then there is Cesar Chavez, a person who fought for rights and for immigrants. Both Cesar and Martin are amazing people who saved millions of people from destruction and from killing others. Both stories that people have read were amazing.
Cesar Chavez & Nelson Mandela Cesar Chavez was a Mexican American activist who helped mexican Farmers rights. Cesar Chavez made a quote “Si ,se puede.” Si ,se puede means you can do it. Nelson Mandela became the first black president in South America.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you lived in some other place in the world? Would it be easier to live there or harder? Depending on where you live is a big part of who you are. The thing is, for some it is really easy to be you, but something as simple as what color your skin is can change how you choose to express who you really are. The good thing is there are people like Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela, who were willing to fight for you.
One thing I would like to compare about these two very inspirational African Americans would be there sense of genuineness. Jesse Jackson talks about in his speech how he does not care who you are, what color you are, or who you love. He wanted to just help the people in need. He wanted to help the poor, the gays, and the colored. He wanted peace, and for people to all have insurance, while not being treated differently for not making as much money, being colored, or being gay.
Martin Luther King Jr said,“We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools”. In the late 1960s, racial tension was high, African Americans were not given the right to vote, the right to a fair education, and the right to a fair judgement. This then led to the separation of schools and the destruction of a normal livelihood. Dr.King and Malcolm X, two men in the face of oppression rose up to challenge the racial barrier, thus changing the world forever. Although Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X seem to have mutual respect and an equal understanding of the inequality, their philosophies were quite different from each other.
MLK VS. Malcolm X Revolution, rebellion, revolt, uprising, riot,, these words all mean the same thing. The dictionary defines revolution as a forcible overthrow of a government or social order in favor of a new system but also claims that revolution is a dramatic and wide reaching change in the way something works or is organized or in peoples ideas about it. Revolution is the idea that you can bring about change in order to fulfill your rights as a human being. Over the course of history there is been many revolutions, such as the American Revolution.
Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King Jr. were both born 120 years apart. They were also killed ten days apart in the same month, years apart of course. Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King Jr. were one of the biggest influences on Slavery and Civil Rights. As well as being great leaders during their times. Both of these men were similar, but also had their differences.
Dr.Martin Luther King and Mr. Mandella address the theme of freedom by both of them saying we all have equal rights. Also about how the theme of freedom is freedom of speech, religion, and property. Both of them state that "there are heros and heroines in this country and the rest sacrafised and surrendered in many ways. Mr Mandella and Dr.Martin Luther king both states "let freedom ring". In other words they want everyone to be
Mandela emphasized that the major problem regarding the liberation movement was unity, something he spent much time practicing on Robben Island. The secluded prisoners valued news and education. “Newspapers,” wrote Mandela, “were more valuable to political prisoners than gold or diamonds, more hungered for than food or tobacco; they were the most precious contraband on Robben Island.” They fought continually for the right to have newspapers and, when refused, arranged for copies to be smuggled. They scoured over newspapers leftover by the warders.
. Martin Luther King Jr.'s type of activism proposed the necessity for racial equality and was fighting against segregation and discrimination throughout his life. Malcolm X's type of activism was against Martin Luther King Jr.'s proposal for racial equality and Malcolm believed that the black's should be separated from the whites. He supported segregation and he believed that the white's were an inferior race.
Nearly a century after the abolition of slavery in America, the discrimination and prejudice behavior conducted by caucasians was still prevalent in the lives of African Americans. Certain racial laws that contradicted the human rights set in the Constitution prohibited blacks from living regular lives along-side white Americans. Several iconic individuals within the black community, including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X, have left behind legacies and ideologies that have impacted and still strongly influence African American culture tremendously. Martin Luther King Jr’s less violent and peaceful approach along with Malcolm X’s affirmative action behavior, shaped the Civil Rights movement and the Black Power movement that eventually