I Have A Dream

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I have a Dream

I have a Dream

“I have a Dream”, this dialogue is of significance importance, when delivered by Martin Luther King, Jr. on August 28, 1963. The speech could be heard from the steps of Lincoln Memorial when there was the march for jobs and freedom in Washington (http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/race_relations). The moment was clearly defining America Civil Right movements and, there were 200,000 civil right supporters and, it was the most historic speech of the 20th century which was also declared as the top ranked American speech in 1999. John Lewis, who is the U.S representative, clearly stated that, King had the power and all abilities to transform the steps of Lincoln and, which could not be forgot by coming generations. He did not just educate and, awake people who were present there, but also gave tremendous guidelines to the people of coming generation and the entire America. This historic moment was captured by National Geographic Photographer James P. Blair.

At the time, there were great leaders of the civil right movements who supported Dr. King in his efforts. The aim of all these leaders was to eliminate racial discrimination which they were facing from several years because of being black (Hansen, D, D., 2003). There were 200,000 to 300,000 people in the march who gathered at National Mall for jobs and Freedom, because jobs and freedom were their basic rights. It was noticed that, Farmer was in the prison at the time of March and speech, and remarks of Farmer was later delivered by his follower. King delivered his speech at the end of the event and, made a strong appeal towards his fellowmen that, it was the fierce urgency of then.

King made a strong appeal on behalf of all minorities to states of affairs of United States “not flounder ...
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