I Have A Dream Speech Analysis

The “I Have a Dream” speech was one of the most famous and eminent speech in history that was ever given. In August 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. made an impactful and significant speech on the Lincoln Memorial. The purpose for his speech was to bring attention to the racial injustice in the society. Rights and privileges are meant for all people, as stated from the Declaration of Independence. Martin Luther King Jr. made the “I Have a Dream” speech to point out the social injustice and how it is affecting our country. He argued provocatively to provide equality for all of the American citizens to have a brighter future. Martin Luther King Jr. stated in this excerpt of the “I Have a Dream Speech” that fighting won’t stop until justice and equality is won back.
The reason this speech was so noteworthy is because of one main part in this excerpt. This excerpt of his speech recognizes
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Personally, I like this speech more than the Gettysburg Address made by President Abraham Lincoln. The “I Have a Dream” speech was both provocative and well-spoken. Not only did he had a well organized speech, the speech itself moved the listeners and created strength and passion for the audience. Furthermore, this speech was not dull and boring. Martin Luther King Jr. made the citizens of America understand important matter in their society without making the speech boring. By using vivid and creative language, he created a sense of strong and memorable imagery for me to understand and comprehend. Martin Luther King Jr's “I Have a Dream” speech has a historical importance to the freedom and equality of all men and women in the United States. His messages gave a powerful presence for the need of justice, equality, and freedom to all who heard his speech. I learned a lot of his skill in public speaking after reading an excerpt from his

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