Is a great world, a world where others don’t accept your presence? Is a great world filled with fear and no freedom? Is a world with unspeakable horrors of police brutality, even a world worth living in? As Martin Luther King once said, “We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal” but ever since the break of dawn, man has infiltrated every aspect of their society, and has showed no sign of decreasing their discrimination of one another. For centuries people with a particular biological make up, has seen themselves superior to other groups with a different cultural identity. It has been so, ever since man started walking the earth; but are we to live in a world, where cultures can’t unite and work side by side?
Cultural meetings, where two different cultures congregate, has at no time, ever worked out well; The Egyptians and the Hebrews, the Muslims and the Israeli, and most importantly, the cultural meeting between black and whites.
America has had a long history of racial injustice. The blacks were according to the whites weak and vain, and so they became their slaves. They were to work and serve them, for their entire lifetime.
It was a misunderstanding to equate racism with the evil-minded treatment of one individual to another. Racism was more than just personal hatred; it was allowed to subsist because it had been fostered and maintained by institutions and governments. People were forced to believe, in what the government presented and believed.
More than 40 years ago, in August 1963, Martin Luther King electrified America with his momentous ‘I Have A Dream’ speech, dramatically delivered from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. His demanding of racial justice and an integrated society became a motto for the black community, and is still familiar to subsequent generations in America. His powerful words became an understanding of what was happening, and what was to be done, in the question of racial injustice. Everyone...
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