Week 5 Speech.docx - Running Head EVALUATION OF FAMOUS SPEECH Robert F Kennedy Remarks on the Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr Lisa Cuff Bryant

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Running Head: EVALUATION OF FAMOUS SPEECH 1 Robert F. Kennedy Remarks on the Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. Lisa Cuff Bryant & Stratton College COMM201 Mark Johnson June 1, 2019
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EVALUATION OF ROBERT F. KENNEDY’S FAMOUS SPEECH 2 Speech: Speaker: Lisa Cuff OUTLINE Topic: Title: Robert F. Kennedy Remarks on the Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. General Purpose: To Evaluate Central Idea: INTRODUCTION Good morning, class. Today we will be discussing a speech that was given by Robert F. Kennedy after news broke that Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and killed in Memphis, TN. We will also briefly discuss the impact that Martin Luther King had on the Civil Rights Movement. First, a brief history about Robert F. Kennedy. According to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library Museum, he was born on November 20, 1925 and he was the seventh child out of nine. On March 16, 1968, Kennedy announced his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination. His campaign brought hope to an American people troubled by discontent and violence at home and war in Vietnam. He won the critical primary in Indiana and Nebraska and spoke to enthusiastic crowds across the nation. On June 5, 1968 at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, CA., Kennedy was fatally shot shortly after claiming a victory in the state’s crucial Democratic primary and just two months before Kennedy was fatally shot, King was assassinated.
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EVALUATION OF ROBERT F. KENNEDY’S FAMOUS SPEECH 3 Now, a little history about Martin Luther King Jr. According to biography.com, he was born on
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