The Influence Of Martin Luther King's March On Washington

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I 'm going to be talking about Martin Luther King Jr. He said his big "I have a dream" speech and guess what happened?! HE GOT SHOT, just because of his speech, that’s not right because they didn’t want him to stand up for himself and stand up for the black and white kids. A lot of people were not happy that someone killed him after he said that speech. He had his "I had a dream in August 28 1963, so that was a long time ago and a lot of people still remember that speech and still remember him. But the only reason he stood up for what he believes in is because a lot of people stood up for him because a lot of people believed what he believes. He was married to a girl named Coretta Scott King. He had a lot of achievements in his life and the number one was the "I had a dream speech" because it inspired a lot of people and maybe even kids got inspired…show more content…
It was a big achievement just like his "I had a dream speech" there were 200,000 people that went to the march on Washington. for a political rally known as the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Organized by a number of civil rights and religious groups, the event was designed to shed light on the political and social challenges African Americans continued to face across the country. the march was a key moment in the growing struggle for the civil rights in the united states. The time this happened was August 28, 1963. So obviously a lot of people supported Martin Luther King Jr 's idea about everything because obviously nobody liked what was going on right then or what was going to happen because they couldn’t really do anything, just like they couldn’t stop MLK from getting shot by the person who killed him and nobody liked that he got shot either but they really couldn’t do anything except call an ambulance and they couldn’t even save him he probably lost too much blood on that accident. And it was a really long time ago and we still celebrate
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