Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay | How Martin Luther King would have Viewed Comments about Hurricane Katrina

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How Martin Luther King would have Viewed Comments about Hurricane Katrina

Summary: Martin Luther King Jr.'s teachings show that he would not have approved of the the speech by Ray Nagin, the mayor of New Orleans, made in January 2006 about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
If Martin Luther King Jr. was still alive today, he would not agree with a lot of social justice issues of our present times. Martin Luther King would be proud of how far we have come from his time and day. Mr. King was a man of peaceful dealings and longed for interracial equality. He had great moral standards and was an incredible hero of the nineteenth century. Recently in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, there have been many controversial things said and done that Mr. King would have frowned upon; for example, the speech given by the mayor of New Orleans, Ray Nagin, at a celebration of Martin Luther King day in New Orleans on January 16, 2006. The mayor said many controversial remarks which seemed to be extremely racist in regard to rebuilding New Orleans back. If Martin Luther...

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