Freedom and Equality For All
On August 28th, 1963 Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech called “I Have a Dream” This speech was focused on the inequality, and injustice of the African American people in the United States. In the “Emancipation Proclamation” written by President Abraham Lincoln and in the “Declaration of Independence” our country has fought and stood for equal human rights for all men. This country was built on freedom and opportunity for all men, and should not allow itself to become so forgetful and corrupt as to judge any man by the color of his skin, or the place from whence he came. In the “Declaration of Independence” it quotes "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal." If we fail to remember that all men are created equal then we are failing to remember everything this country fought for. Without freedom America would no longer be the land of freedom and opportunity for all men, but rather freedom and opportunity for the powerful, or the rich man. This issue America faced wasn't just a racial issue it was a serious problem in our country that caused people to forget what it means to be a citizen of the United States of America. Every citizen in this country is here because it is a land of freedom, growth, safety, opportunity, brotherhood, and equality. This is what we stand for and we must never forget or let another man persuade us otherwise. We are not here to become rich and powerful, and become rulers of our fellow man. We are here to take opportunity in this country, and become the best people we can be, and raise our family in freedom and safety. I believe all men are equal and are all the children of God. There is none among us that is better than the other because they are a different color or for any reason. God is our judge. In James 4:12 of the Bible I quote
“There is only one lawgiver and judge, he who is able to save and to destroy. But who are you to judge your neighbor?” A man is...
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