How Did Martin Luther King Change

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A color skin woman walked into a hospital covered in tears with her child in her arms. This woman’s child was very ill and needed a doctor’s help. A nurse walked up to the woman with the child in her arms and told her to leave. She also told her that the hospital she was in did not help color skin people and the hospital that was for her nationality was few blocks away. People these days can go to any hospital and walk in without being told that that hospital is not for them because of their nationality. This relates to Martin Luther King, Abraham Lincoln, and John F. Kennedy. Although these men got assassinated, they were strong dreamers and leaders and changed a lot for us. Martin Luther King is remembered because he changed the way the white and black got along. The white and black people couldn’t hang out together, sit together, and drink out of the same drinking fountain. An example would be Rosa Parks. Rosa Parks refused to move when sitting in the front of a bus when she actually needed to be sitting in the back of the bus. Martin Luther King didn’t like the way it was going. He stepped up and spoke for what he thought was right. “I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia, the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table of…show more content…
Kennedy were remembered for these reasons. Although these men got assassinated, they made a big change to our country. If it wasn’t for the changes they made, we would not have friends of a different nationality, we wouldn’t be wise to each other, and we wouldn’t get along. These men had the courage to stand up to themselves and speak from there hearts to make us understand what was right and what was wrong. People are glad that everything has changed over the years or else what life would we be living right now? We thank these men for what they did to make our country and world a better
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