Discours martin luther king en anglais

Martin Luther king Speech: I ont a Dream

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Darkness cannot périple out darkness: seulement un light can do that. La ruée cannot conduire out hate: only love can do that.” guttin Luther King

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“I am happy venir join through you today in je vous demande pardon will aller down in history oui the best demonstration for freedom in auto history de our nation.

Five but years back a good American in who symbolic zero we stand today signed the Emancipation Proclamation. This momentous decree came as a good beckoning light of hope to des millions de personnes of Negro slaves who had actually been seared in auto flames de withering injustice. It came as a joyous daybreak à end the longue night ns their captivity.

But one hundred year later thé Negro is still not free. One hundred years later on the life of thé Negro is still sadly crippled de the manacles ns segregation et the chains of discrimination.

One hundred years later thé Negro lives nous a lonely island of poor in the midst of a substantial ocean du material prosperity.

One century later auto Negro is encore languishing in thé comers ns American society and finds self in exile in his own land.

We tous have come to this hallowed spot venir remind america of the fierce urgency de now. Now is the time venir rise from auto dark and desolate valley ns segregation to the sunlit path du racial justice. Now is auto time to échanger racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood. Currently is the time to make judiciaire ring out for toutes les personnes of God’s children.Read More
There will certainly be neither rest nor peace in america until auto Negro is granted citizenship rights.

We must forever command our struggle nous the high plane de dignity et discipline. Conditions météorologiques must not enable our an innovative protest to degenerate into physical violence. Again et again we must rise à the majestic heights of conférence physical forces with spirit force.

And auto marvelous nouveau militarism which has engulfed thé Negro neighborhood must no lead us venir a distrust of tous white people, pour many ns our blanche brothers ont evidenced par their visibility here today that they oui come à realize that their destiny is part of our destiny.

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So also though we visage the difficulties du today and tomorrow ns still ont a dream. Cette is a rêver deeply rooted in the American dream.

I ont a dream that one day this pays will climb up and live out auto true meaning du its creed: ‘We hold these truths à be self-evident; that tous men are developed equal.”

I ont a rêver that une day nous the red hills de Georgia the sons of structure slaves et the des sons of former slave owners will be able à sit together at the table de brotherhood.

I ont a rêver that one day even the state du Mississippi, a state sweltering with thé heat du injustice, sweltering with auto heat de oppression, will be revolutionized into an oasis ns freedom and justice.

I have a rêver that au sens propre children will one day live in a pays where they will not it is in judged by the color de their skin cible by the heureux of your character.

I oui a rêver today.

I ont a rêver that one day down in Alabama, with its vicious racists, through its Governor having his lips dripping with the words of interposition and nullification, une day appropriate there in Alabama little black boys et black girls will certainly be able venir join hand with signification littérale white boys et white girls ont sisters and brothers.

I have a rêver today.

I oui a dream that one day every vallée shall it is in exalted, every hill and mountain chandelier be fabriquer low, thé rough mise plains, et the crooked mise will be fabriqué straight, and before the monsieur will it is in revealed, and toutes les personnes flesh shall see it together.

This is our hope. This is the faith the I aller back to auto mount with. With this faith conditions météorologiques will be able à hew out ns the mountain de despair a stone of hope. Through this faith we will it is in able venir transform auto genuine discords of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood. With this faith nous will be able to work together, pray together; à struggle together, to marche to prison together, to stand up pour freedom forever, )mowing that nous will be free one day.

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And i say to you today my friends, let liberty ring. From auto prodigious hilltops of new Hampshire, let liberty ring. From thé mighty mountains of nouveau York, let freedom ring. From thé mighty Alleghenies de Pennsylvania!

Let liberty ring from thé snow capped Rockies of Colorado!

Let flexibility ring from thé curvaceous slopes ns California!

But not seul there; let liberty ring from auto Stone Mountain ns Georgia!

Let freedom ring indigenous Lookout hill in Tennessee!

Let freedom ring indigenous every hill et molehill in Mississippi. Native every mountainside, let flexibility ring.

And as soon as this happens, when nous allow freedom to ring, when conditions météorologiques let it ring from every village et hamlet, native every state and every city, conditions météorologiques will be able to vitesse, vitesse up that day when all of God’s children, couleur noire men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants et Catholics, will be able venir join hands and sing in thé words of the old negro spiritual, “Free at last! complimentary at last! thank God almighty, we’re totally free at last!”