“I have a dream speech” August, 1963 (3/5)

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Even after WWII, the American society still struggled with racial issues and individual rights. On 28 august 1963 on Lincoln Memorial, DC Marthin Luther King gave a speech that would be a symbol of freedom and equality. 

In this speech he argues about the Constitution of the United States and remembers the man who signed the Emancipation Proclamation, that contributed on abolishing slavery on 1863, Abraham Lincoln. 

This is a speech that even today is remembered for the thoughtfulness and deepness that contains on issues like racial equality and individual fundamental rights.

 

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