How does martin Luther king try to convince his audience to accept his dream?
M.L. King uses a number of techniques to persuade his audience to join his campaign.
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Answer He tried to make the world a better place by making whites and blacks friends. He did that so there will be peace on earth and friendly times with blacks and whites…..... he tried to make equality for all people so that everyone could do the same
Martin Luther King tried to end segregation of all kinds forever. If he had lived, he may have tried to make world peace.
I suppose it was that all people, no matter the colour of their skin, would be equal under the law. he had many dreams that are all stated clearly in his dream speech
he was trying to achieve freedom for his people...Black people. and he got killed for it! geez...talk about racism
The citizens of The United States of America
That Dr. Martin Luther King has a dream that everyone can be equal and have the same political rights. Whoo! Go Dr. MLK!!!
Martin Luther King Jr tried to bring about a situation where people that had a background that was not white were treated honestly and were not looked down upon, underpaid, de…nied access to public utility's such as schools etc. He tried to bring home the fact that people should not be treated with disrespect for no good reason.
Martin Luther King Jr. was trying to make the world a better place. He wanted blacks and whites to lieberman in peace. Dr. King was a civil rights leader who based his ideas o…f nonviolent protest from Mohandas K. Ghandi
"I have a dream; that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed."
Martin Luther King Jr. , the school and non-business organization , ... He did this by speaking out.
get along with one another
Yes he did
Martin Luther King Jr. main targeted audience was the white people
By Dream I think it meant he wanted to reach a goal, to accomplish something
the audience was to all white people, and the otherone
The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King wanted his audiences and congregation to stand up and become activists in fighting segregation. His most notable method of doing this was b…y organizing peaceful protests.