For Martin Luther King, jr.’s speech, I thought that his speech has been realized because King’s speech played an important role for ending segregation and gaining rights for the black people. If King didn’t make the speech, people might have ignored him if he wasn’t doing the, “Nation’s most historical moment”. King was talking about how the black people still didn’t have freedom, and how they will gain freedom by protesting and boycotting.
I thought that the most important part of Martin Luther King, jr.’s speech was when he said, “I have a dream, that one day little black boys and little black girls can join hands with little white boys and little white girls, I have a dream!” I thought that this was the most important part because it represents how segregation can be “cured”.
I think that Martin’s speech changed the world by “Using love against hate, not using hate against hate”. His speech probably changed lots of people’s mind about segregation. I think that the speech has been realized because lots of people heard about it, and agreed about his speech.