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King's speech addressed the need for racial justice, citing the experiences of his own family and the wider experiences of African Americans. He incorporated spirituals and songs of freedom such as "We Shall Overcome" to inspire the audience. King's speech was able to articulate a sense of collective purpose and bring together a fragmented group.

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Question: 15. King framed the speech in the context of a wider struggle for justice both in the United States and around the world. 16. King's oration drew on the experiences of his own family and the wider experiences of African Americans. 17. The speech incorporated spirituals and songs of freedom such as "We Shall Overcome" to inspire the audience. 18. King was able to articulate a sense of collective purpose and bring together a fragmented group Write 7 more sentences based on the sentences above to furthermore explain the context and factors of the i have a dream speech by martin luther king

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jr. 19. King highlighted the power of non-violent resistance and peaceful protest, as well as the moral courage of individuals standing up for what is right. 20. He argued that civil rights were inherent to the American dream, and were being denied to African Americans for no justifiable reason. 21. King emphasized the imperative to bring an end to racism and segregation, and he argued that the changes would need to come from within as well as from legal interventions. 22. He connected the civil rights struggle to the movement of international decolonization, and addressed the global context of the movement. 23. He highlighted the long history of oppression that African Americans had endured throughout US history, and expressed his hopes for a future of equality and justice. 24. King's words expressed a sense of determination and resilience, and he called for a unified push for justice and an end to the violence and division of the era. 25. He highlighted the need for economic justice, and called for an end to the exploitation of African Americans, as well as for public works projects that would help to develop the US economy. 26. King's speech encapsulated the determination and hopes of the civil rights movement and became an inspiring call to action and a rallying cry against injustice.

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