Rhetorical Analysis Of I Have A Dream Speech

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In 1963 Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his most powerful speech “I Have a Dream”. He spoke about a dream of brave righteousness amongst those that contradicted those that didn’t except the truth of racial justice. He was not afraid of the aftermath of if his dream being ignored by those whose retaliation continued to promote racial repression. King’s dream condemned the wrongs of Jim Crow segregation by quoting the founding documents of American democracy. “I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.” (I have a dream speech) Such words were like a knife cutting into the American people who denied African Americans their dignity.
Dr. King was a winner of the noble prize he also, was a believer of nonviolence. Kings I have a dream speech describes the lives of African American. He targets the past, present, and future of the African Americans to be free. Racism of African American was one of the most relevant issues at the time. The racist acts created chaotic moment which persuaded King to demonstrate the problems of the time. His purpose was to inspire and give insight on being treated equally regardless of color. With his quote as follows (will not be judged by the color of our skin but, by the content of our character. Dr. King speech was to be intended to inform people of racial equality fairness. He did so by providing vision and hope for the
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