March of Freedom


United States
39° 9' 4.2048" N, 76° 37' 26.1912" W

Martin Luther King jr. fought for the termination of segregation.
In every establishment and in every foundation
He fought for equalization in every location
And fought without violence, just communication

Civil disobedience was the name of the game.
Martin had a dream and one day it came
He never sought glory or power or fame
He just wanted everyone to be treated the same.

He rallied up supporters; you could call it a committee
Both black and white they marched through the city
What could he want? What could it possibly be?
He just wanted coloured people to be free

Free from racism and discrimination
Free from segregation and humiliation
Free to live with everyone in integration
People like him are my inspiration.

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