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January 21, 2008


David @ PostcardPerfect

Another quality post.

It's amazing what you can learn by looking closely at the famous examples that are often taken for granted.


I love the way you've analysed Dr King's speech - and you are so right: "red" does stand out in that first sentence. As an Aussie, though, I pictured something like our Uluru, which is just as fitting for us :)


Excellent post. MLK was a dynamic speaker and writer. I do not think we have an equal today. We sure could use one.

Reward Rebel

Thanks for the tears running down my face, as I type now, having just read the full speech, which I've never done before. It's heartbreaking that decent people like Dr King get snuffed out, because they might upset the equilibrium of the white man's world (btw, I am white).

Sonia Simone

Aww, thanks RR. (And thanks for such a gracious write-up on entrecard as well.)

I still feel as inspired by MLK as I did when I was a little kid in grade school. His courage and the clarity of his purpose really are something to hold as a model.


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King and thousands of others in the civil rights movement had been working tirelessly for years to fight for a federal civil rights act, and for legal equality and social dignity for all people, without regard to the color of their skin.

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