Anglais civilisation

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To what extent has Martin Luther King helped black people to be integrated in the american society?
To start with, Michael Luther King Jr. was born on January 25, 1929. Later, his own name changedto Martin. He began to a pastors' family. Indeed, his grandfather was a pastor and served from 1914 to 1931. His father then served too and after his death, Martin Luther acted as a co-pastor. Heattended segregated public schools in Georgia: he received the B.A in 1948 from Morehouse College a distinguished Negro institution of Atlanta. Later, he was elected as the president of a predominantlywhite senior class in Pennsylviana. Martin Luther King fought a lot in favour of black people since he helped them to be integrated in the american society.
Indeed, in 1963, Martin Luther King said tothe american people that he had a dream. That dream consisted in having a racial equilaty that is to say, no differences between white people and coloured people. In this speech, he said a veryimportant thing : "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour of their skin but by the content of their character".
That man wascompared to a prophet who wanted to help the others in order to be happy in his own life. He always has been full of hope since he believed in all the things he did. His goal, in a certain way, wasvery simple since he just wanted equality between humans.
Unfortunately, the leader of the Civil Rights Movement was assassinated on April 4th 1968. His death conveyed a lack of hope in people's mindssince they believed in his goal to eradicate racism against black people. In the years that have passed his death, politicians hoped non-violence would mean cooperation with the United States.Nowadays, people celebrate Martin Luther King's death every year. That birthday has been made to honor the civil rights' leader. People won't forget what he has done for the United States in favour of...