A press in Britain moved by the content and cadence of the oration of King highlight that it should not only end up stirring the Congress of United States, but also the Parliament for enactment of legislation in order promote equality of race. While he mainly focused on the nation, the dream for racial harmony and reconciliation transcendently appealed the shaken Britons since recent years by the riots of race on their own. With respect to the content of the speech, the most expressive part of the speech was not the “Dream”.
Instead, it was the initial passage detailing the actual reason underlying the gathering. The idea to achieve this “Dream” resulted in the creation of consternation, with the confreres of King being hackneyed over the cliché point. Activists including radical students had been dismayed for hearing the dream of a black leader trying to reach the future in the farther limit. For the ones not hearing the oratory of King previously, however, there were altogether differences in the reception. Majority of famous speeches of King is mostly forgotten today. Drawing over the key themes rehearsed during the earlier speeches, King had been successful in outlining this hope that one day the country will be rising up and living out the actual meaning about the creed.
In the overall period of struggling for the black population, many challenges were faced by King. He got arrested more than 20 times in protests, while he used to receive calls over the phone threatening him. His residential property was blasted further setting it on fire, while they also faced public criticism. King not only ended up facing opposition from the white population along with the leader, but even the population of his own race. Also, when he was once signing his book that he newly published, African-American women stabbed him, while the placement of burning crosses across the lawn used to happen now and then. The Committee of Student Non-Violent Coordination (SNCC) included a group of diversified student who had key desire for the initiation of social change.