All of these events came together into one large demonstration that was never seen before in the U.S. This large demonstration was televised which meant it was huge. It was known as the “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom” There, Dr. King gave the speech of how they have came here to fight for freedom and their rights. He explains how everyone should have equal rights and freedom. This message was very powerful and persuasive because of the use of rhetorical strategies like repetition, anaphora, and parallelism.
In the “I Have a Dream” speech, Dr. King develops the main idea of everyone should have rights and freedom regardless of their race In the beginning, he states that they are participating in the largest demonstration because the Negroes haven’t been given freedom and rights (1). They have been battling challenges like poverty, discrimination, and segregation (3). The details of what they are experiencing and fighting for helped me establish the main idea that everyone is guaranteed rights. This is why they have come to demand for these rights in Washington. Next, he states that there is no time to waste because it is really urgent for them to go from a segregated country to a racial justice country (6). If they