Martin Luther King's Declaration Of Freedom

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After years of slavery and captivity in the United States of America, Martin Luther King Jr. was determined and driven to get rid of the hatred in this world. It was his mission and his priority to end the separation of black and white people in America. He believed that everyone should have the same rights regardless of their skin color. He wanted everyone in America to live in freedom! Freedom to go to school with children of different skin color, freedom to drink water at the same water fountain, freedom to use the restroom with others of different skin color, freedom to sit when and where people choose to sit, and FREEDOM TO LIVE A HAPPY PROSPEROUS LIFE declared with love and equality! It was in front of a crowd of 200,000 people that Martin Luther …show more content…

Compare noncooperation (def 2), passive resistance.” “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.” These words were heard by people that wanted to see change in the world they were currently living in. Martin Luther King Jr. had a vision that everyone living in this world would no longer be segregated by the color of their skin but treated as equal. He touched the lives of many people and declared LOVE and EQUALITY! His passion to change the mindset of the human race reached so many people. The King was a courageous and strong leader with values and morals. These character traits allowed the American people to trust him and his movement. He was able to convince his followers that these changes would make life worth living for. As this great leader Martin Luther King helped many people overcome the diverse difficulties of the present and guided them to a future of

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