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Continuing King's Message

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Speech, Robert Kennedy, 1968
Robert F. Kennedy delivered this speech in Indianapolis, Indiana to a crowd that was unaware that Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated.

Lines 13-18 serve to

A

inspire his audience to continue teaching others MLK's life goals.

B

embroil his audience to fight their want of anger and bitterness towards any white man.

C

enjoin his audience in the battle for the Civil Rights Movement.

D

encourage his audience to not follow old practices of racism and bigotry, but rather make an effort to show love and compassion.