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mpcsu

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In 1968, 75% of Americans disapproved of MLK.


Because he had moved from efforts to confront the obvious racism of segregation to those centered on broader socioeconomic equity, he was an annoying social justice warrior. What did he know of systemic racism?

To those who are always quick to argue that structural racism is BS, I would ask the following question:

When did we overcome racism in America? What was the moment? Because I'm guessing that you wouldn't say that MLK was wrong, right?

Maybe it's a problem that persists?

If you have the day off today, enjoy it. But give it a thought, eh?

[Post edited by mpcsu at 01/18/2021 2:50PM]

Link: You can look at the Harris poll


Posted: 01/18/2021 at 2:45PM



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In 1968, 75% of Americans disapproved of MLK. -- mpcsu 01/18/2021 2:45PM
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