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'' It came as a joyous day break to end the long night of their captivity".

1. What 'It' refers to?

2. What does the author want to say here?

it comes from "I Have a Dream" by Martin Luther King Jr.
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Abolition of Slavery.  Martin Luther King in his speech wanted to depict that slavery which forced people to work in unacceptable conditions had a reasong to celebrate with slavery abolition. Day represents brighter hopes while night is symbolic to grief in this context.
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