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I Have a Dream: Writings and Speeches That Changed the World Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. explains several methods that they use in nonviolent protesting such as sit-down protests, boycotts, mass meetings and refusal to pay fines along with several others. Which of these do you feel would have been the easiest to use? Which do you feel was the most effective? Why?

Dr. King gives a sermon at the funeral of the girls that were killed in the church bombing in 1963. In that sermon he tells the parents, as well as the rest of the community, to not hate over this act. He tells the people to not lose faith in their white brothers or to retaliate with violence. Do you think that he was right to call for peace and forgiveness at this time? Why?

Dr. King disuses the pains that America is going through with the civil movements and compares it to growth and birth...

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