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Martin Luther King changed the minds of many Americans in the 20th Century I think that almost everything that we do today somehow relates to his thoughts and ideas Just something as simple as being able to walk into a restaurant and placing an order is fulfilling his dream The people that serve you are not concerned with the color of your skin they are just worried about what you are going to order I think that America is really trying to make Martin Luther Kings dream become a reality Things like KKK rallies and such are keeping it from coming true Another thing that is not helping is all the other wars in other countries about religion To me that is pretty much the same as racism You dont really know the person but when you see what they look like or what religion they believe in you hate them I think that is what Martin Luther King wanted to fix about this country When King died in Memphis Tennessee on April 4 1968 it was a sad time for this country A non-violent leader that was against racism had died in cold blood A man named James Earl Ray had shot him while at a hotel Now he is trying to say that he did not shoot Martin Luther King after pleading guilty to first degree murder and spending about 30 years in jail Personally I feel that is highly unlikely I think that if Martin Luther King was still alive today he would not take all the credit He would know that our country has changed drastically though and I would hope that he would take some credit for it Just look around and see all the changes that he has made For example when you go get a drink from a water fountain do you have to look and see whether its the black or white drinking fountain
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