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I HAVE A DREAM Philip S. + Charlie Bu. August 28, 1963
1 100 years ago, abraham lincoln signed the Emancipation proclomation and 100 years later, they are still segregated and treated poorly.
2 He compares blacks to a “bad check” that came back marked “Insufficient funds”
3 This is not a time to lay back; it is a time to rise and be free.
4 We cannot be violent and do wrong things while trying to gain freedom. Nonviolence
5 We cannot hate all whites because some of them are here with us and we have to work together to do this.
6 We wont be satisfied until our needs are met
7 I have a dream- calls out southerners- wants all people to be created equal
8 - If america is a good nation, this should happen. Let freedom ring from every corner of our country- mountains. FREE AT LAST
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