Dr. Martin Luther King

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Dr. Martin Luther King is a very passionate, motivating and an inspiring speaker. His “I Have a Dream" is a perfect example of pathos. His speech had so much passions that it filled the audience with so much emotions. Even though there is a strong presence of pathos, than logo and ethos. They are very much present in his speech.
On August 28, 1963, on a Washington DC street filled with over 250,000 demonstrators [black and white, young and old] came together to witness Dr. Martin Luther King speaks about the unhuman treatment of the colored people in America, and to appeal for an end to the discrimination and Segregation in the United States. This peaceful gathering is now regarded as one of the pivotal point in the civil right movement in America.
At a time where colored people were viewed as lesser race to the white race in America, Dr. Martin Luther King’s speech was expected to rally the races together. The civil right movement can easily be viewed as a war between African-Americans and Caucasians Americans, but it reality many other races were involved, like: Hispanic and Americans, Asian Americans were also discriminated and surrogated from the Caucasian population. The cruel and merciless white police officers would issue out orders to their racists’ subordinates on the powerless African-American young adults and children. The heartless white fire department used their massive water hoses on the peaceful protesters, only because the protesters’ skins were darker than

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