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Summary Of ' A More Perfect Union '

- I’ve gained interest in books with unapologetic, Afrocentric, but mainly black empowering styles. This portion of “A More Perfect Union” touched on the black empowering theme. As I read this piece, it confirmed that this was a book that I plan to add to my reading list. Surprisingly, I agreed with at least 95% of the text, and considered just about all it right. It was easy for me to agree with the text was because I could relate to most of the matters President Obama discussed. One matter I certainly could relate to was the controversy with President Obama and his former pastor Reverend Wright....   [tags: African American, Barack Obama, Michelle Obama]

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The A More Perfect Union Speech

- The “A More Perfect Union Speech” was rendered by President forty four, then Senator Barack Obama, in Philadelphia, PA. This speech was giving during the 2008 campaign for nomination into a first term of office for President Obama. President Obama opens up his speech by addressing the crowd with mentioning the first three words of the United States Constitution “We the People”. This statement is followed by Mr. Obama describing how farmers, scholars, statesmen, and patriots traveled to finally make real their declaration of independence at a conference lasting thru spring of 1787....   [tags: Barack Obama, United States, Jeremiah Wright]

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Organizing A More Perfect Union

- Attempting a More Perfect Union Barack Obama’s campaign speech, “A More Perfect Union,” not only is it one of the best campaign speeches ever given, but also a great outline for the needs of America and what to do to create a more perfect union. He outlines that we can take care of all the races of America who do not have health care as long as we take it on together, that the real problem isn’t someone taking your job, it’s the corporation sending it overseas for a profit, and that we’ll show our patriotism by caring for the men and women of every color who serve and fight together by giving them the benefits they have earned....   [tags: African American, United States, Race]

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A More Perfect Union

- In Obama’s speech “A More Perfect Union”, he emphasizes the importance of unity among Americans. He wants people to overlook their ethnic backgrounds and join together as one. This speech brought out many points that Americans should take into consideration. That even though we are all from different backgrounds, we should overlook our differences to make us a stronger nation. Obama’s speech was inspiring in some aspects, but in a way his speech also is controversial. Obama emphasizes the black community a lot more than any other community, along with, his speech was written after his former Reverend made racist comments....   [tags: Public Speaking]

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A More Perfect Union By Barack Obama

- A More Perfect Union “A More Perfect Union” was delivered by Barack Obama on March 18, 2008. At the time her gave the speech he was senator and running in the president election. Obama responded to his former pastor Jeremiah Wright, and also discussed the issue with race in America. This problem is important to us as a whole, because we went through plenty of racism in the past. He wants the prevent those incidents from according again. He did an excellent job using rhetoric tools to support his beliefs, which led to a successful election....   [tags: Rhetoric, Logic, United States, Barack Obama]

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A More Perfect Union By Senator Obama

- Unification Is the Solution Does being American mean working together or is it everyone for themselves. Unification will solve the issues troubling America, like privileges, education, and healthcare. The so called white privilege that all other races blame as the reason they get passed up for jobs or use as a way to hide their insecurities , the crumbling education system that is separating the rich from the poor during childhood, and the horrible healthcare system that causes the poor to remain uninsured....   [tags: Hawaii, United States, Barack Obama]

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Barack Obama: A More Perfect Union

- We may not have come from the same place, but we all want to move in the same direction. Barack Obama’s speech “A More Perfect Union” (Nov. 17, 2008) captivates our nation with its thought out structure of the division and inequality in America. Obama successfully used allusion and repetition. Along with personal anecdotes to identify with the audience. Opening with "We the people, in order to form a more perfect union.” conveys an image of the constitution for the purpose of the speech; what comes next is “Two hundred and twenty one years ago,” an opening that places him in the tradition of Lincoln at Gettysburg and Dr....   [tags: speech, inequality in America]

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A More Perfect Union By Roy Peter Clark

- Roy Peter Clark, author of “A More Perfect Union”: Why It Worked, takes a stance on President Barack Obama’s speech while analyzing it. President Barack Obama delivered a speech titled “A More Perfect Union.” His speech focused on the prominent issue of racism in America. In this article, Clark talks about President Obama’s known power and brilliance. Clark makes references and comparisons to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and W.EB. DuBois. “A More Perfect Union” features writing techniques that makes the message more defined and effective....   [tags: United States, Barack Obama, African American]

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Barack Obama 's Speech, A More Perfect Union

- Barack Obama’s speech, “A More Perfect Union”, delivered on the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, was both a tribute to King’s vision of a color blind society as well as a status update of sorts on the reality of that vision in modern times and Obama’s own ideas for progress in the future. Both Obama and King begin their speeches on racial inequality by recapping landmark pieces of legislation that were written to serve as the guideposts for protecting the rights of the American people and signed by important historical figures....   [tags: African American, United States, Barack Obama]

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Analysis Of ' A More Perfect Union ' And ' I Have A Dream Speech

- Barack Obama delivered a speech on racial relations, and people believe that it was one of the greatest speeches ever given on race. The speech, “A More Perfect Union” was presented on March 18, at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Reaction was positive, illustration comparisons to Martin Luther King’s, “I have a dream speech.” On the other hand, the podcast “The Problem We All Live With” and in David Margolick book Elizabeth and Hazel both show achievement gap existed in different times in our country....   [tags: Racial segregation, African American, Racism, Race]

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