I am happy to inform you that America is witnessing a dream come true. Your inspiring speech on 28 August 1963 has remained dear at our hearts and inspired us to work hard to realize it. It is approximately fifty years ago when you and another quarter million people matched to the national museum in Washington, when you shared the dream of America. We commemorate your words that have shaped the future of America. I am pleased to bring you up to speed of the events and achievements America has witnessed.
We have achieved a lot in economic empowerment, leadership and opportunities. A Black president now rules over America following a massive campaign in 2008 and change of attitude towards Blacks (Demby, 4). This partly indicates that blacks and whites get along pretty well. The fact that he was elected on a majority vote is a sure indication that both Whites and Blacks voted him; hence, people no longer vote along racial lines. The president through the help of other senators has assented to Affordable Care Act (2010) that covers 32 million uninsured Americans beginning 2014. Healthcare reform will reduce America’s long-term financial problems. America has witnessed signing of $787 billion that goes towards spurring economic growth amid recession "according to the Economic Policy
Institute; indeed, the black unemployment rate over the last half-century — 11.6 percent — suggests that black America is operating in a permanent economic recession. And since 1963, the average rate of black unemployment has hovered at more than twice the unemployment for whites. (During the recent recession, black unemployment crept up to nearly 15 percent.) (Demby, 3). After the stimulus was effected, unemployment claims began to reduce. The private sector began
producing more jobs creating a total of approximately 3.7 million jobs. Other economic achievements realized in America include the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 that regulates the financial sector. The new law tightens capital requirements on large institution and protects consumers. In addition, America has achieved longest economic expansion through opening foreign markets and investments for all Americans irrespective of their ethnicity. These achievements are in line with your dream on equality and economic progression for all races.
Racial discrimination has declined in all aspects of American society. In the workplace, American Whites and Blacks are working together. For instance, in the senate we have Black leaders and white leaders, all heading house committees. Black people sport alongside their white counterparts and competitively compete against one another. Blacks and Whites are now intermarrying, they attend same schools, and they trade together and even share government resources equally "according to a report from the Civil Rights Project at the University of California, Los Angeles, three-quarters of all black students attend schools...