Martin Luther King Jr I Have A Dream Speech

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“Tell Them about the Dream, Martin!” by Drew Hansen explains the improvisation of Martin Luther King Jr. made in after the March on Washington leading to the his “I Have a Dream” speech that captivated the world. The article informs the reader about the idea of a person using a powerful phrase to highlight his optimism of racial discrimination ending, and wanting equality for all. The author starts with the King already incorporating the “dream” topic in to his smaller speeches. He used the phrase “I Have a Dream” phrase in Birmingham Alabama while talking about different color children playing together without judgment. The second time he used the phrases was in Detroit while talking about color people being able to buy houses or to rent
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