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Martin Luther King Jr.'s I Have a Dream speech is a powerful, eloquent plea for racial equality that still resonates four decades after it was delivered. The speech is marked by its powerful use of imagery, and is especially resonant given the current political climate.

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1. Martin Luther King Jr's 'I Have a Dream' speech was given at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963. This event was a march that brought together nearly 250,000 people from across the United States to demonstrate for civil rights and economic equality. 2. The context of this speech was the civil rights movement at the time which was centered on abolishing discrimination and segregation. At this point in the movement, there had been significant progress made with the Supreme Court ruling in Brown v Board of Education which declared segregation in public schools unconstitutional. 3. King was also heavily influenced by his faith and connection to the church. He spoke of the Bible and how it calls on us to strive for justice. His words and oratory were inspired by Jesus and the teachings of Christianity. 4. King drew inspiration from other influential figures such as Mahatma Gandhi and the civil rights leader A. Philip Randolph. He was influenced by the nonviolent resistance of Gandhi and the economic justice advocated by Randolph. 5. King's speech was also influenced by the events of the time such as the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which outlawed discrimination and provided for fair employment. 6. His speech was also a response to the injustices that African Americans were facing in the United States at the time. He spoke of the need for change and the power of unity in this fight for equality. 7. Finally, the speech was heavily influenced by King's strong belief in the power of nonviolent protest to bring about change. He believed in the power of peaceful protest, of coming together to fight for the rights of African Americans and other minority groups.

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