Martin Luther King Jr. Essay

768 Words Jan 22nd, 2016 4 Pages
“With this faith, we will be able to work together, to pray together, to struggle together, to go to jail together, to stand up for freedom together, knowing that we will be free one day.” Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream and he let the world know August 28, 1963. During that time whites and Blacks were segregated and Martin Luther King Jr. spoke about how sick of tired of being sick and tired he is with America. America was built for all people as it said it should be, and needed to let go of all anger, betrayal, and hatred so we can become one nation. He believed we may not see it today but eventually one day the color of your skin would not judge who you are and we can all live together without discrimination. Martin Luther King Jr. is a civil rights activists and leader. He is important because the conversation and movement of equality rights needed to happen. Martin Luther King Jr. was the man to fight for that justice. As he speaks he used logos, pathos, and Ethos. In the speech he is trying to petition to open and enforce full justice for African Americans. The speech is effective because despite of the little things that still continue from 1963, taking the first step in making history blacks and whites are no longer segregated because of this speech.
Martin Luther King Jr. used pathos to feel a connection to the audience to not only hear him but feel him to understand the concept of the movement. As Martin Luther King Jr. stated “we refuse to believe that the bank…

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