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    Who is one person who inspired everyone and had a dream of equality. Can you guess who this person is ? Martin Luther King Jr. was an inspire and and inspired me by doing what he did and how much he loved his people for everyone one having rights. Just because you are a different race or skin color does not mean you are better than them or treat them poorly. That is how MLK inspired me. He stood up for himself and his nation for equality.” All men are created equal.” Declaration of Independence. He states that in one of his speeches “I Have A Dream” that's what changed everything for the rest of us. One main reason he inspired me is he had a dream. I have a dream of trying to get into the Arizona State University engineering and robotics…

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    Some techniques include having a close up of Harvie’s face whilst he was at school with his friend and had things being thrown at their faces. That represents the process of not belonging by Harvie being made fun of by his friends and not being treated the same as other people in his school. He feels like he doesn’t belong as he is sitting with only one other person and having a close of his face represents the result of how he feels. Another technique that is used in the Harvey Krumpet short…

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    Martin Luther king wrote a speech about people being free and people being created equally. It also talked about how the African Americans lived their life being treated different and what they would do. Some of this stuff is still happening to the day but back then it was very bad and people were very prejudice. Martin Luther king wanted to say this speech and write it so that people could think baker creating everyone equally and not have to deal with segregation. King said, “Let us not seek…

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    Luther King Jr. How much do you know about Martin Luther King Jr.? I am one of the most famous people who fought for equal rights. I had a large impact on segregation. I am now one of the many icons of civil rights. I, Martin Luther King Jr. grew up in a segregated town in Atlanta which led me to a life of advocating for equal rights for all despite how people treated me for my determination and beliefs; however, I helped people realize what equal rights were and changed our country forever. My…

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    There is very few people in history you can't paint as a villain and out of these saintly individuals there is really only one that i can think of who is not literally a religious figure. Martin Luther King Jr. as a kid I always looked up to this guy he was my hero. Someone who was able to fight for what he believed in without so much as raising a fist. So in my eyes mr.King was a perfect gentleman. His first real achievement was beimg the organizer of the montgomery bus boycotts. This boycott…

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    dreams, thoughts, visions, and ideas. He had many strong and powerful influential and inspirational sayings that some people hated and appreciated a lot. In the next few paragraphs, it is going to explain the importances of Dr. Martin Luther Kings concepts and dreams he had. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr was an uncommon man and leader. He did many tasks to make America extraordinary plus he tried his best to stop races between whites and blacks. The major action that Martin Luther King Jr wanted…

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    Martin Luther King Junior's two letters or speeches commemorate the goals and the morals of how he wanted to go about change. His words have meaning now more than ever. He states multiple times about peaceful protest, but also to have direct action. This theory is cemented by his statement, “It is wrong to use immoral means to attain moral ends.” This can be connected to protests against Trump during 2017 and 2016 where they had many vandalisms and robberies. This shows little to no growth of…

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    “There is strength in numbers.” This saying means that you are at your strongest when you are working together with other people. An example of this is Martin Luther King. You might be thinking why him he was only one person. Yes, King was just one person but without his followers spreading and supporting his beliefs, he would be just like any other person. His famous “ I have a dream” speech made such a difference because of how many people reacted to it. The people as a whole are really the…

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    But also, a bit different. Martin Luther King has a view with goals and how people have to complete them without having someone interfering. Lao Tzu has a view of taking day by day. One belief is more in the present when the other is more of the future. That is why in this case, I am more leaned towards Lao Tzu ideology. I agree with Lao Tzu more than Martin Luther King belief because I am someone who do not like to think a lot about their future. I like to take day by day at a time. For…

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    Dr. King once said, “An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.” Dr. King emphasizes the need for people of all races to stand together, and the need to strengthen brotherhood. One must see the greater need of the world and empathize with others’ needs before his own. Take every opportunity to live and practice what Dr. King stood for. I would like to express my thoughts, feelings on…

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