• Essay - Obama Speech
     Analysis and interpretation Obamas speech (Groundbreaking Ceremony of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial) Everybody is fighting for one’s personal rights. Some believe that it is their right to oppress others. Finally, there are those who fight for the rights of others. Many...
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  • Analyse the Speech of Barack Obama
    In this essay I am going to compare and contrast the speeches of Barack Obama (‘Yes we can’) and Martin Luther King (I have a dream). When we talk about 'language', sometimes we mean speech (spoken language), sometimes writing (written language).Do you think is there any difference between spoken...
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  • Obama the First Black President
    for the African- American society of America after the Civil rights movement. Some of the Hip Hop artists compare him even to Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcom X. A vote for Obama is a vote for the important features “hope”, “change” and “believing” The society was however divided. According...
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  • Persuasive Techniques
    the gears and parts of a machine." The effect of the figurative language lets the audience picture more clearly what Obama is describing, whether it is an object or a person.  As one is analyzing the use of persuasive and literary techniques in Martin Luther King Jr's "Letter from a Birmingham Jail" and Obama's election night victory speech, one can see the influential difference that it makes in both pieces of writing....
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  • Letter from Birmingham Jail
    Argumentative Essay on “Letter from Birmingham Jail” by Martin Luther King, Jr. and “A More Perfect Union” by President Barack Obama Colette Eubanks November 21, 2011 ENG 101 Christopher Brunt On April 16, 1963, from the jail in Birmingham, Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote a letter to the...
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  • The American Dream
    the blacks in the 1960's, so someone had to do something about it. Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech “ I Have A Dream” to say to others what was going wrong in America. The black people were still not freed yet in the 1960's and Martin Luther King Jr. had to do something about that. His speech...
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  • Leadership Styles
     Leadership Style Leadership and Performance Development January 13, 2014 Leadership Style From John F. Kennedy to Martin Luther King and Steve Jobs to President Obama there is a myriad of ways to lead people as there are leaders. When and individual can understand leadership...
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  • Barack Obama & Martin L.King: the Crossed Fate of Two Emblematic Eaders
    . Leadership implies a sense of listening, making people different. This great definition entails us to talk about two pivotal leaders of the American political movements: Martin Luther King and Barack Obama. The 4th April 1968, 40 years ago Martin Luther King, during an event in Memphis is assassinated. A...
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  • According to Maslow
    dream that would change the course of history for blacks and whites alike. A dream that would open the doors to seeing a man by the content of his character and not by the color of his skin. Comparing to Martin Luther King Jr., is President Barak Obama. President Obama was born to a working class...
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  • Who's the Real King?
    Who’s the Real King? Throughout history there have been people of influence who have initiated a significant amount of impact. One comparison often made is between Martin Luther King and Barack Obama. This comparison raises the question who is the real king? The following study sheds light unto...
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  • Brief Comparison
    The American Dream or the American Nightmare An analysis and comparison of two speeches by Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 1. How does Martin Luther King describe the situation of American Blacks in 1963? What are the main points of his dream? In the text, an extract of his famous...
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  • Case Studys
    Keeps It Simple 3. He Anticipates What His Audience Is Thinking 4. He Learned to Pause 5. He Mastered the Body Language of Leadership President-elect Obama started the speech off by talking about the American Dream, referring to the “I have a dream speech” by Martin Luther King...
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  • Common Hopes, Common Needs
    and violence. Martin Luther King was a public speaker and a quotable man today for a famous speech he gave about justice for all Americans. His “I have a Dream” speech is where he spoke on this issue of equality and how no one will be satisfied until justice is given to all. He gave this speech in...
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  • Oppression and Social Justice
    most severely affected due to their living in the closest proximities to polluted areas) are a few injustices that were named during my interviews. Each of the participants tended to voice more of a contrast between Martin Luther King, Jr. and President Obama than their similarities. While both men...
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  • Ny Post Cartoon Compare Obama to a Chimp.
    the superhero role that Obama plays to America. To compare President Obama to a dead chimp, it is suggesting that President Obama is better off dead for his existence as the first black president and his political believes and actions, which have shaken up the society more than ever in the U.S...
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  • Axia College/ University of Phoenix Week 5 Hum Rating News
    want to address and different agendas. In reporting the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, CNN covered what seemed to be the most non-biased report. CNN anchored their report by not only getting quotes from President Obama, but also from Dan Rather, an iconic news anchor. This is what I expect when I...
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  • African Americans Then and Now
    I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia, the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit together at the table of brotherhood.-Martin Luther King, Jr Experiences of African Americans Throughout U.S History There were a group of 13 African...
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  • Presidential Inaugeration Review
    feel that president Obama did a great job of delivering his speech considering his immense amount of pressure. Being compared to Martin Luther King is an unbelievable pressure but also when we put pieces further together we can compare him to Abraham Lincoln. Both Mr. King and President Lincoln...
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  • Mlk on Bocrack
    King exclusively in these terms requires active, willful revision of history. In his political work, King was surprisingly like President Obama. And I don't mean the oratory. Consider this. Martin Luther King Jr. turned his back on Bayard Rustin. Rustin was his dear friend and trusted advisor...
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  • 1960's Movement
    Obama is a fulfillment of his dream but not the fulfillment of his dream.   Dr. King would applaud President Obama's stance on health care reform.   Dr. King is known to have once said that lack of access to health care is our biggest civil rights issue. Martin Luther King would unequivocally...
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