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Video link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4PqLKWuwyU&feature=emb_title
Reading: ==>>To celebrate Martin Luther King Day and his seminal “I Have a Dream Speech” from The March on Washington that took place on August 28, 1963 at the Lincoln Memorial, we are going to go back in history to explore the relationship between Lincoln’s promise to the nation to read Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address that framed the notion of “We the People” once again through the lens of the Civil War and then the Civil Rights Movement a century later. In some ways, we might say, as Shakespeare did in his final work (and in my mind, his greatest), The Tempest, “What’s past is prologue.” We will also be comparing and contrasting the ideas and rhetoric (arguments and language) of two most important civil rights leaders of the 1960’s, whose lives, like Lincoln’s, were cut down by an assassin’s bullet and how those violent deaths changed the course of American history and the movement.
We will be exploring how the past lives in the present, how it sets the stage for our understanding of racism and civil rights in the 1960’s and now in present day America.<==
How do Malcolm X’s and Martin Luther King’s views about civil rights compare based on the readings and the short video? Why is it significant that MLK gave his “Dream” speech at the Lincoln Memorial? How does the tone and language in each compare and how does that reflect their intended audience and the connection to past American history (as in Lincoln’s works).
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