1. In 1963, Martin Luther King gave his famous “I Have a Dream” speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. This speech can be found at:
What dreams do you think Martin Luther King had for his community? Do you think Martin Luther King’s dreams were similar or different from Langston Hughes’s dreams? What dreams do you have for your community? Are your dreams similar or different from those of Langston Hughes or Martin Luther King? Why? Can dreams become reality? How? Can artists play a role in making dreams into reality?
2. Do you agree with King’s belief that you need to create tension in order to have reform come about? Why or why not? 
3. Do you agree with King’s distinction between just and unjust laws? Why or why not? 

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