Date:19.05.2017, 06:33 For example, King constantly describes the Negroes as being crippled by the manacles of segregation and chains of discrimination. Through this, King makes the audience feel that the Negroes are in great calamity; as if the Negroes had committed. This deliberately makes the audience think that racial segregation is wrong and against basic moral principles. Finally, King also attacks the enforcers of racial segregation, or the police, by citing police brutality and insufficient living conditions for the prisoners. However, this is not the end. After portraying multiple examples of white brutality and the pain of the Negro people, however, King knows that it is important to give the Negro people a message of hope. Further on, King continues to emphasize this by continuing to list examples of the Negroes problems, which continues to strike at the Negroes as they are stirred by descriptions of their sadness and makes whites uncomfortable as they think. Ethically, most people believe that it is necessary to keep a promise. Therefore, this puts racism in a whole new light: that racism is not justified as the US has failed to deliver their promises.