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Saturday, 7 April 2018

I have a dream



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   4. I have a dream
Martin Luther King jr. in his speech "I have a dream " delivered in "lincoln memorial" Washington on August 28, 1963, speaks about his dream of seeing his country, America free from the racial distinction between the whites and the blacks and fully developed in all sense.

I have a dream
                                                          king remembers the glorious "emancipation proclamation " which was signed by a great American leader about a century back. it had brought a new ray of hope in the hearts of millions of negro slaves. it was just like a lighthouse to the negroes burning in the flames of injustice and destruction as well as the end of the long dark night of slavry or confinement. but even after one hundred years, negroes are still not free. they are not given equal justice. their condition is pitiable by discriminating and restricting their freedom. they are forced to live the life of a deported person although they are the natives. America has dishonoured the sacred obligation towards their legitimate rights.
                                   king further says that it would be fatal for the nation to ignore their citizen's right to live with racial justice. it would prove dangerous for the nation to ignore the negroes.

                                                                               nineteen sixty-three is not an end but a beginning against racial discrimination. he stressed the need to fight for racial injustice and right to live with fraternity.he warned not to underestimate the determination of the negroes. it is his advice, to the negroes to conduct their struggle on the high degree of dignity and discipline and to avoid physical violence. it must not lead to distrust all white people because many of them realise that their freedom is closely bounds to their negro brotheren. he appeals to make the pledge that they will always march ahead." we will not stop marching ahead unless our mission is not fulfilled" is king's firm determination. he says that he knows many negroes have suffered because of raising voice against injustice.he is hopeful that the time is not far, when real justice, peace, prosperity, and happiness will prevail in the whole of America. the little black boys and girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and girls. he advises them to return back to their homes with the hope that somehow the situation will be changed shortly. king has the dream that be able to sit down together at a table of brotherhood. there will not be any injustice and oppression and will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice. he sats that is his hope and faith. with this faith they (negroes) will be able to pray, to work, to sruggle and to stand up for freedom together. he is hopeful that this will be the day when all of god's children will be able to sing with a new meaning. he says that a time will come when freedom will rise throughout America and the people of all color, caste and creed joining hands will sing in the old negro spritual words, " free at last thank god almighty, we are free at last".




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