"I Have A Dream" Speech Reflection
By: Caroline Anderson
On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther Kind Jr. gave a speech that changed the way America viewed civil rights forever. This speech was entitled "I Have a Dream" and it spoke of all of Dr. King's dreams for all races in America. One of these statements is that he wants for his children to live in a world where people will not care what color their skin is but hwere people will only judge them based on their personalities.
In the stated excerpt above, Dr.King is saying that one day he wants for asll races to be around each other and no one even thinks about it. He doesn't want for people to be treated differently because of their skin colors, he want for them to be treated based on their personalities and characters.
In this picture, different people's faces are morphed into "one" being to show that skin color or ethnicity do not have any effect on how people feel or how they act.
This picture represents what incredible things can be achieved when all people, regardless of race, unite as one.
This couple of two different races saw the true character of their spouse and looked beyond race to find love.