How many people saw the you Have A Dream Speech by MLK?
There were about 20 million blacks at his speech.
Well first off its I HAVE A DREAM SPEECH, not YOU HAVE A DREAM SPEECH. He made this to give other African Americans hope and to tell them and people against desegregating, to listen to what he has to say and to believe in him and others who try and help his cause. This speech also created images in your mind "I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia, sons…
MLK Jr ended segregation. Black and white people were separated until MLK Jr gave his speech. Then he became famous unlike his father. Then a man got out of jail and didn't like Martin's changes. So he murdered MLK Jr. So now we celebrate his birthday on January 16th. R.I.P MLK Jr :( this is all i know people!! well sorta.
Abe and MLK Differences and Similarities Between Abraham Lincoln (Abe) and Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK). 1. Abe: Helped to stop slavery. 2. MLK: Helped to give African-Americans freedom. 3. Both: Fought for civil rights. Were assassinated in April. Both gave a speech 4. Abe: Gettysburg Address 5. MLK: I Have a Dream 6. Both: They both fought for the rights of African-Americans. 7. MLK: Born in January 8. Abe: Born in February 9. MLK…
Yes, MLK dated a German transfer student, and in fact was in love with her, but broke off the relationship on advice of his pastor because he would not be able to be a credible leader at that point in time with a White wife. MLK prayed for the day that people did not have to choose their partners by color but by individuality. Listen to his speech on people holding hands.
In the bookTo Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee according to Atticus in his his colsing speech what was the only way that people in this country were equal?
What are examples of imagery in the MLK speech? US History Questions Answers.com > Wiki Answers > Categories > History, Politics & Society > History > US History > African-American History > Civil Rights Movement > Civil Rights Leaders > Martin Luther King Jr. View Slide Show Best Answer "The life of Negro is still sadly crippled by the manacles of segregation and the chains of discrimination." The image of people still chained up.. etc.