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Living The Dream If living the dream means that blacks are no longer discriminated against by the masses or by the majorities then we The United States are living the dream I cant think that he thought it possible for all of his dreams to come true or for everyone in the United States to be indiscriminant but most of his dreams did come true and we are a much better country for making his dreams a reality In 1963 Martin Luther King said he had a dream That on the red hills of Georgia the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at a table of brotherhood Many aspects of Martin Luther Kings Dream may have come true but some are simply put still a dream The Dream as Martin Luther King saw it was that all people were treated equally without stereotypes based on race religion or sex He dreamed that his four children would not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character He waited for the day that they could walk down the street and hold hands with a child of a different race This part of Kings dream has come true Segregation has been outlawed There are no more separate schools restaurants and bathrooms for blacks and whites Friendliness between races has also become more socially acceptable than when King was alive According to the 1994 Information Please World Almanac in the last 25 years interracial couples have quadrupled But some of Kings dream has failed to come true History repeated itself when six days of rioting broke in Los Angeles over the Rodney King beating a little less than thirty years after the Watts riots This began when someone witnessed and videotaped police brutally beating a man Although there are affirmatives actions there is still evidence of discrimination in the workplace The Bureau
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