Martin Luther King Essay

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Martin Luther King Jr. Throughout history there have been many great leaders, that have greatly impacted the world. One man that has greatly impacted the tools is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. He is most famous for his movement to make race a non factor in society all over the world. One of his well known for his motivating speeches, like his "I have a dream" speech made on Augest 28th, 1963. Through this speech he changed the views of so many. But how else did eh impact the world? Martin Luther King had a vision of a society where the color of your skin didn't determine the way you had to live or how your were of my favorite quotes of his is from his I have a dream speech, "I have a dream that my four little children will one day life in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but be the content of their character. I have a dream today!" This quote and vision wasn't only for those living in America but for the world as one. Dr. King made this very clear. He was a man so many words, that touched so many. Dr. King was very heavily involved in the civil rights movement throughout the 1950's and 1960's. He was involved in the Montgumery bus boycott in 1955. This was an event that was shown throughout the whole world. In my personal option, this was one of his greatest impacts. Another part of his vision for the world was a vision of non- violence protests. He looked to Gandhi for wise worlds of wisdom, and I would say Gandhi had a great impact on Dr. King. If you take a step back and look on the outside of things, their relationship was a perfect example of how race needs to play no part in the way you see people. They both came from different parts of the world and yet can still have the same outlook on society, and leave a great imprent behind on the world. Dr. Martin Luther King, in my eyes, is considered one

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