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IN History ON 22 Jan, 2016
"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character."- Martin Luther King, Jr.
The god of humanity, an American Baptist minister, an activist, the leader of the African-American Civil Rights Movement, and the initiator of many more movements' Martin Luther King, Jr. doesn't need any formal introduction. Who doesn't know about his selfless deeds for others and unconditional love for the people around the world.
King held a March on Washington in the year 1963 to help all the Negro community to establish the reputed existence of them on the earth. In his March, he delivered the speech "I have a dream" that got famous in no time and helped in achieving the rights of Negro for jobs and freedom.
Let's see what all he spoke in his revolutionary speech that spread the movement like a blaze of fire.
That one day, Alabama's little black boys and girls will be able to join hands with the little white girls and boys as brothers and sisters.
That one day, the sons of slaves and the sons of slave owners will sit together at the table of brotherhood in the hills of Georgia.
That one day, the world will live truly with faith and all men will be treated equally.
That one day, the state of Mississippi that is igniting with the heat of injustice, will be able to live in a nation where the people of the state will not be judged by their skin color but by their character.
That one day, in Alabama the vicious racists and the governor will be dripping their lips with the words "interposition" and "nullification."
That one day, every valley will be dignified, and every mountain and hill will be defeated and overcome. The rugged places will be made plain, and the undulated places will be made straight.
That one day, we will be able to change the disturbing disharmony of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood.
That one day, freedom will be there in every mountainside and if America is to get a great nation, then let this must become true.
That one day, freedom will ring from the massive hilltops of new Hampshire, freedom will ring from the snowy rocks of Colorado.
"That day, we will be free at last. Thank God almighty, we are free at last!"
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