Josephine Baker has a dream in her speech. Her speech targets a broader audience not only from France but the whole world who are affected by the scourge of racism. Baker wants to persuade her audience that racism shouldn’t exist in the US and that it can be overcome through education and non-violent action. Baker is a poor, segregated child with a miserable background who feels that what she underwent should not be the norm in any sector in the US. Moreover, her escape to France worsened her situation where she underwent discrimination that became an eye-opener in her speech and general social life. The experiences in France appeared to be ahead of her ordeals in the US which made her come out as a fighter against color discrimination. Racial and color discrimination deprive individual honors and should be fought just like Baker came forward for her dream of inclusivity.