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Martin Luther King
Transcript of Martin Luther King
Martin Luther King lived a life for the end of racism and wanted peace.
Martin Luther King is most famous for a speech he did on the 28 august 1963.There were 250 000 who came to watch him.It now is one a speech that goes down in history.
His speech does not have the space to be put in a prezi bubble.It can be found here.
Matin luther King was shot by someone who did not like what he was campaigning for
Almost all people who have made inprovement in society also made quotes.Here are 19 of the ones from Martin Luther King all coming from this site:
After every quote there will be another bubble that is the analysis.
This is the first one
“But we come here tonight to be saved from that patience that makes us patient with anything less than freedom and justice.”
Analysis of quote n#1
In this quote,Martin Luther King is saying that the thing everyone is waiting for,the biggest thing,more than money is
This is the quote n#2
“There comes a time when the cup of endurance runs over and men are no longer willing to be plunged into an abyss of injustice where they experience the bleakness of corroding despair.”
Analysis of quote n#2
When Martin Luther King says:the cup of endurance runs over,that means men have no more strength,they are desperate for freedom.
“Any law that uplifts human personality is just. Any law that degrades human personality is unjust.”
Analysis of quote n#3
This quote shows itself to be easy to understand.It means laws can upgrade a man but cannot lift or lower a group in society.
“The whirlwinds of revolt will continue to shake the foundations of our nation until the bright day of justice emerges.”
Analysis of quote n#4
In this one,Martin Luther King says that revolution will ring until all men are equal.
Martin Luther King