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Martin Luther King made his “I have a dream speech” was on August 28th,1963 at Washington D.C for freedom,jobs and to stop segregation and make America equal. In the first page of his speech he talks about Abraham Lincoln and him signing the Emancipation Proclamation and how it freed the slaves and everybody is equal to one another. Next then he says how the blackmen is still not free he says this because even though president Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation the negro’s still do not get their freedom they deserved. Finally on the first page King talks about how we came to washington D.C our nation’s capital to cash a check he is talking about this because the declaration of independence was telling a promise that all men black men as well as white men would be guaranteed the unalienable rights of life,liberty and the pursuit of happiness showing the  Also going along to to cashing a check it said a check that will give us upon demand the riches of freedom and the security of justice and become free from and become equal and no more segregation and no more discrimination. In the second page and in few of the paragraphs it talks about how every black person wants to be free and have the same equal rights as white people do and everybody can be treated equally so just because of your skin color whether your black or white you get the same rights as you were the same skin color. Next he talks about that in every state their will be freedom for blacks and no more segregation and discrimination. Finally he talks about how he as a dream that everybody will become equal. On the last page he is talking about that he has a dream that his kids will become friends with white people and how everybody soon will hold hands whether your black and white and you will work together struggle together and pray together because we all are God’s children. Finally he talks about letting freedom ring in every state and their will be no more hatred just because your skin is a different color and we will all get along and the Black people will become free.

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