Dr King Informative Speech

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On 18 April 1959, Dr. King spoke to the black youth in Washington DC. Thousands of white and black people were joined in the movement. Because the whites joined in the black people’s movement, Dr. King was not dividing the people based on their color since he knew that some white people had the same problems as the black people. Dr. King says “I see only one face.” Dr. King only saw one nation, not a black and white nation. The youth coming out that day were looking to reunite all the people of the states and develop fairness of justice. This day is the first time all the youth came together and protested, and they were looking toward the future for black people.
The black youth who came that day to protest for equality, integrity, and respect