Summary of I Have a Dream
The speech delivered by Martin Luther King I Have a Dream is an unforgettable speech in history. His speech to millions of American whites and blacks on August 28, 1963, in Washington. D.C. I Have a Dream is an iconic speech of Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. This speech is also known as the most influential and greatest speech ever delivered. This speech Dr. King gave on the steps of Lincoln Memorial in Washington. D.C. on August 28, 1963.
The main thrust of this speech is on ending the racial discrimination between blacks and whites exciting the United States of America. The speech has the motive of creating awareness amongst the American citizenry. The black or the negroes were misbehaved by white people. They were leading the life of second-class citizens, their rights were ignored and treated as inhuman. This thing has been going for years. The black was raising voice for civil rights for a long. However, unsuccessfully with the advent of Dr. King on the scene, the civil rights movement picked up and finally started to yield the desired result.
‘I Have A Dream’ has a huge impact in raising public consciousness for the civil rights movement and in establishing the king as one of the greatest orators in American history in a particular and modern world. Martin Luther King, through his speech, shows the determination that the moment is an all-out afford to end the segregation of the blacks.
He is non-violent and appeals to people to fight for their right without resorting
To any violent method. He lays emphasis upon the tried and tasted Gandhian method of boycott and civil disobedience.
He also warns that it would be fatal for the nation to overlook the urgency of the movement and underestimate the determination of the black. The fight is for the freedom and equity of the black and the movement is not going to stop till its goals are achieved. The speech is full of hops and Martin Luther King. Jr. is very positive and dreams to see the day when the children of black and of the whites could sit together and live together and live like brothers and sisters.
This speech presents the dream of all American blacks who are struggling for their rights and freedom. Although the American constitution and the Declaration of Independence have already agreed for equal rights, justice, and freedom to the blacks and whites, this is not implemented in practice. In American Societies, there is still strong racial discrimination, injustice, hatred, and other inequalities between whites and blacks. The Blacks are treated as inhuman, tortured, and neglected in reality.
In American societies, there is still strong racial discrimination between whites and blacks. The Blacks are like others because of their black color skin. They are needy of their rights, freedom, justice. They are treated to be slaves and are banished in their own country. They live a very miserable life amongst the whites. There are only white people who have the rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Luther king wants to address the American Blacks and suggests that they should struggle until they establish equality, peace, and brotherhood in America. But, their struggle should be without violence. King tells that they must fight for their rights without any physical violence that creates bitterness and hatred again. if they keep on struggling in a non-violent way, they will definitely achieve their aims. Luther king believes that ‘one day; the chains of hatred, racial discrimination, injustice, and Inequalities will be broken. The new sun will rise with the rays of liberty, equality, peace, and brotherhood.’
Luther King urges that there must be a recent change in the thinking pattern of whites. Racial and color discrimination will make weak the unity of America. King says that his dream is the dream of his country. His dream is the dream of freedom, justice, and equality. Humanity is important rather than The color of the skin. Thus one day, all discrimination and inequality will disappear. All the blacks and whites will walk together holding hands as brother and sister. Finally, not only the blacks, even all the American people will be free. There will be peaceful music of liberty, justice, and equality all over America.
Thus, his purpose of speech is to get the rights of black. Therefore, through this speech, he demands justice for the black people. King makes a comparison between promises of an American constitution and a bad check.
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