Black History Month

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There are numerous moments in history where activists fought for what they believe in. Martin Luther King is a shining example.Martin Luther King was an activist during the March of Boston and definitely one of the most memorable ones, he fought for what he believed in and gave his dreams and hopes to those who needed it the most to those who were enlightened understood the struggles and problems and that they needed be changed for the greater good, he showed people that there still is hope in humanity for people to be seen as equals no matter the color of their skin or origin their from because we are all humans.Black History Month is a special day for people to be able to has had a great social cultural impact point of view on the world which …show more content…
This is how they repaid him for speaking for them when they didn't have a voice to make that change. He led them and showed them it was possible to do so. In addition to the first two examples, he explained how the American dream was a hypocritical statement when Blacks were not free at all.“This speech discusses the gap between the American dream and reality, saying that overt white supremacists have violated the dream, and that "our federal government has also scarred the dream through its apathy and hypocrisy, its betrayal of the cause of justice"("MARTIn").Martin Luther King knew the American dream had a false sense of identity and hypocrisy so he took it into his and lied to and provided false hope that they were never going to have. He took it into his own hands, and acted as that light for them. He strived to be that hope and to give them the dream they deserved, and that's how the “I have a dream” speech left an