These documents are not legally binding, in that they are not signed into law by the POTUS, and therefore, if not obeyed, there is no crime committed, hence, no prosecutions.
However, that being true, that they are not legally binding, these documents are highly sacred, and motivational, even defining the identity and character that is America, or at least that leads to the Dream of our founding fathers, as described in the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution.
The Gettysburg Address
Written and presented on November 19, 1863, in Gettysburg Pennsylvania (the tiny town where the July 2nd, 3rd and 4th, military battle occurred, 11 months post his Executive Ordered, January 1, 1863 Emancipation Proclamation), by POTUS Abraham Lincoln, the greatest political hero of the freed chattel slaves and their descendant children, i.e., black citizens.
I Have A Dream
One hundred years post the January 1,1863 Emancipation Proclamation, the prophetic speech presented at the peak height of the Civil Rights movement, by the late, Rev-Dr. Martin (Michael) Luther King, Jr., at the August 28,1963 Civil Rights March and Rally in Washington DC,
The Promised Land
The last speech presented by Dr. King, in Memphis, Tennessee, on Thursday evening, April 3, 1968, the eve of him being assassinated on Friday, April 4th.
The 2005 US Senate Apology For Lynching Resolution
The US Senate acknowledged and apologizes for the unchecked lynching of American, US black citizens, both male and females, but primarily the former listed here.
The 2008-09 Congressional Apology Resolution
Post 147 years of demanding it to no avail by various leaders of the freed chattel slaves and Freemen, known as American blacks, Africans, Negros, Coloreds, et al, and their descendants, officially, 14th Amendment Citizens, in 2008, in a Simple resolution, Congress, i.e., 187 Members, finally acknowledged, apologized, asked forgiveness, and reconciliation for chattel slavery and Jim Crowism.
Note: “Simple” meaning that the resolution didn’t reach the Floor for full supportive vote, and therefore not reaching the POTUS desk for signing.