I Have a Dream: Writings and Speeches That Changed the World - Part 1: Chapter 4-7 Summary & Analysis

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In 1959, Dr. King addressed college and high school students before a march for integrated schools. Dr. King addresses the young students and says that with all the mixed colors of faces in the crowd he can see the face of the future. He states that he has hope that they will not take "No" for an answer and will demand complete segregation and total equality. The people Dr. King is addressing have either just earned the right or will soon be old enough to vote. He calls it the greatest privilege as an American but explains that if you are a black person in America that you may be putting yourself at risk by going to vote, especially in the South. Dr. King mentions the fact that he wants to help to increase the number of black people that vote. He...

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