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Martin Luther King

            "When the architects of our republic wrote the magnificent words of the Constitution and the Declaration of the Independance, they were signing a promissory note to which every American was to fall heir. This not was the promise that all men would be guaranteed the unlienable rights of, life, liberty, and the pursuit Happiness.".
             (Martin Luther King, Jr.).
             This is a very important speech from the great one martin Luther King. Martin Luther King was a great preacher, and public speaker. During his time there was a lot of racism going against the African Americans at that time. African Americans had no kinds of rights they weren't allowed to do anything in the world they were considered nothing. .
             It was at this time that Martin Luther King had spoken with passion and knowledge about what was going on at that time. So then this is when the African Americans started protesting for their rights. .
             In one of his amazing speeches Martin Luther King quoted the above. The quote starts off with Martin Luther King talking about the people that wrote the Constitution and the declaration of indepencdance. And what the people wrote was what America had to follow, and the rights of people of all racists were granted. As Martin Luther King had spoke these words this is what he had work for. .
             I look back at the times and I and I like man just imagine if I was there I would hated not be able to do anything just because I wasn't white. I would have probably got teased at just because of the color of my skin and I think that wasn't right at all. I think Martin Luther King was a brave and courageous man to have gone up against all those people, and fight for what he thought was right. The majority of people were white, and he had a lot of competition to go up against. Even to this day, with the constitution being written so long ago people rights have come up and they are now more ahead than they were 50 years ago, but at the same time everyone is not treated one hundred percent equal.

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