ElleeLazarov Commemorative

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Ellee Lazarov CA 100, section 59 Bill Whitney Commemorative speech December 3, 2008 Spreading Freedom around the World His mind was a house with many rooms filled with dreams of black men and white men hand in hand. He had hallways decorated with pictures of his ideal America. When Martin Luther king looked through the windows of his house, he did not see the American people as a barren land. When Martin Luther king looked though the windows of his house, he saw the American people as an immense amount of newly planted dreams about to bloom. When Martin Luther King looked through the windows of his house, He saw the African American people planting the future of the American nation. When Martin Luther King walked out his door, He planted freedom all over the land. Martin Luther King epitomizes courage. During a period of time where blacks and whites were not considered equals, King’s courageous attitude inspired many to follow his revolutionizing dream. On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2009 for the course COM ARTS 100 taught by Professor Humphreys during the Fall '07 term at Wisconsin.

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