Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay | Change Shown Through Images

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Change Shown Through Images

Summary: The image of Martin Luther King Jr. preaching to the crowd at the March On Washington and Giotto di Bondone's painting "Saint Francis of Assisi's Trial by Fore Before The Sultan" both propose great insight in recognizing the changes America has gone through in order to become the culture it is today.
Change can be a feared, uncomfortable state, yet must be imposed upon life in order for living to continue. With change can come negative aspects such as failure, regret or sorrow, but more so positive aspects, including triumph, optimism and independence. Throughout history, viewpoints and mindsets of American generations have been corrupted in inexcusable ways which have been done away with by proposing a change. Not only has change brought about improvements due to corrupted mindsets, but also to the development of American culture today. The society and lifestyle Americans live presently is the result of a long line of changes made over a number of years. In order for oneself to comprehend the adjustments made, a visual framework of this concept is helpful. The image of Martin Luther King Jr. preaching to the crowd at the March On Washington and Giotto di Bondone's painting, Saint...

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