Martin Luther King Jr. Questions and Answers
When did Martin Luther King say "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands in times of challenge and controversy"?
What does Martin Luther King Jr. mean when he says "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter"?
What is the central idea of Martin Luther King's acceptance speech for receiving the Nobel Peace Prize, and what text evidence shows this?
Describe King's three different ways of meeting oppression, and explain why he favors nonviolent resistance as the best option.
How does Martin Luther King Jr. build an argument to persuade his audience that American involvement in the Vietnam war is unfair?
What is the significance of this quote from Martin Luther King Jr.?: "Lukewarm acceptance is more bewildering than outright rejection."
Name a literary technique such as repetition used in Martin Luther King Jr.'s Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech that helps to develop the central idea of nonviolence. Give three examples from the text.
Aim of MLK 'I have a dream' and Barack Obama 'Yes we can' speeches I would be so grateful if someone could answer this 'The aim of the two speeches' 'Do you think that Obama & MLK's speeches achieved what they were supposed to?' Why? - examples & reasons' I have already quoted some fact about the two speeches but struggling at the moment. Like I said, would be great if someone could give me a helping hand here as it would go towards my english assessment. Thanks again:)
What did Martin Luther King Jr. mean by the "drum major instinct"? How can this instinct have a negative impact in leadership? How can it have a positive impact in leadership?
Paraphrase the quote: “Violence ends by defeating itself. It creates bitterness in the survivors and brutality in the destroyers.”
At the beginning of his speech, why does King explain his reasons for speaking out against the Vietnam War?
What was Dr. King's style as seen in these two works? Letter from Birmingham Jail and I Have A Dream by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
I have to use the Cornell System for taking notes on Martin Luther King's speech. I never used this before. I need some help with points to remember. How do I go about this?
Both “The Three Evils of Society” by Martin Luther King and “The Ballot or the Bullet” by Malcolm X frame their critique of American capitalism and income inequality as a rejection of domestic colonization. Explain your understanding of this idea. Further, what do MLK and Malcolm X say about self determination and autonomy? What solutions to poverty do MLK and Malcolm X advocate? What do you think is more important, economic freedom or political freedom? Can one exist without the other?
What evidence do you find in his speech that Dr. King was out of touch with social realities? The March on Washington proved to be a turning point in the history of the black American's struggle and Dr. King's own power as a leader. He had identi¬fied himself with the South. However, by the 1960s, millions of Southern Negroes had jammed the ghettoes of the northern cities, and the core of racial prob¬lems had shifted to the urban centers. What evidence do you find in this speech that Dr. King was out of touch with social realities?
Write an essay that examines tone, language of the argument, and the way in which he positions himself within a contentious debate.
Both "The Three Evils of Society" by Martin Luther King and "The Ballot or the Bullet" by Malcolm X frame their critique of American capitalism and income inequality as a rejection of domestic colonization. Explain your understanding of this idea. Further, what do MLK and Malcolm X say about self determination and autonomy? What solutions to poverty do MLK and Malcolm X advocate? What do you think is more important, economic freedom or political freedom? Can one exist without the other?
Did Martin Luther King, Jr. make only a positive contribution to society or was there negativity as well?
Assess how Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. overcame so many challenges during the Civil Rights Movement.
Which of the following did Martin Luther King, Jr, believe? a. that only through violence could real change come to the South b. that Civil Rights would only occur in the North c. that non-violent civil disobedience was the key to successful Civil Rights reform. d. in all the above at various times in his career.
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