I Have a Dream: Writings and Speeches That Changed the World - Part 4: Chapter 18-20 Summary & Analysis

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In 1967, Dr. King gave an address to the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. He addresses the question about where the Negro people should direct their attention now that they have achieved so much in their striving toward social equality. King states that there is no bill or law that can be passed or put into effect that can free a black man if he still feels that he is a slave in his mind. Dr. King discusses the effects that power will have on the future of the black populace. He discusses the fact that power is often regarded as an evil thing and links together power and love, and how when they are used together, power is at its best when it has love with it.

Dr. King speaks about the need to remain nonviolent and the little effect...

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