Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's Critique

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Rosa Calderon
7th block
Rosa Calderon
7th block

In Martin Luther King Jr.’s “ I Have a Dream” speech, he demonstrates good character. He shows such great passion to his audience about wanting to change the nation. MLK really captured the people’s attention. How do you capture the audiences attention? Well by the way Martin Luther King Jr. did. He used empowering words and lines. He basically motivated his audience that day, he said so many inspiring thing. The people were motivated since they chanted a lot. Martin just brought up things the crowd wanted to here, that’s mainly how you can motivate someone, just by telling them how history will be made seemed to get the people going. Martin made his points clear in his speech. His purpose was to stop racism. One good point he brought up was the Emancipation Proclamation, which was in fact a great example to bring up because it became hope for negro slaves. He also brings up the Declaration of Independence and The Constitution, which were really good points. Towards the end when he said “I have a dream that..” it hit every single person in the audience, anyone listening to that speech could feel the emotion and passion Martin Luther King Jr. was putting out. Many of those people in the audience understood exactly what he meant, the way he connected with the people was wanting the same rights they wanted. He spoke up for everybody else. The way he gave out his speech was astonishing. He was motivational and he just persuaded others to speak up.
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