I have a Dream
The famous speech of Martin Luther King Jr., moved and continue to sway the hearts and minds of Americas and people around the world. But why is that? Here is a brief analysis of it and possible answer to this question.
Martin Luther King Jr., was born in January 15, 1929 in Atlanta Georgia, he was a young religious man who believed deeply in the Christian teachings of hope, forgiveness, love and acceptance; these attributes guide him in the path to become one of the most famous American Icons.
By advocating non-violence and tolerance Martin Luther King was able to sell his message to blacks and whites alike. His message: peace and freedom can not be achieved without social justice was directed initially to African-American, and white Americans, but he knew that his words were going to transcend history, and that the entire humanity in posterior years was going to be its audience. His message was his dream, the dream of freedom and racial equality.
One of the main events that provoke Martin Luther King to become a spokesman of civil rights was the case of Rosa Parks, a forty-three year old woman who after a long day of work on December of 1955 boarded a bus in Montgomery, Alabama and instead of seating in the "colored" area (back of the bus) sat in the middle; when a group of white people boarded the bus, the driver yelled out "Niggers move back", everyone else that have also sat in the middle move to the back, except for Parks. She was arrested!. After that incident the local African-American community united, led by Martin Luther King Jr., who was the pastor of Park's church, organized an effective bus boycott.
Throughout his speech Dr. King, appealed to the African-American, American and international community by explaining with logical and powerful words what his race was living, how they were being discriminated in every social place like restaurants,...