Exhibits, speeches, rallies mark celebrations of King's life, legacy
Community defenders will spend an afternoon reflecting on King's concept of "beloved community" and how it relates to grassroots activism in Detroit.
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#1 Jan 14, 2012
Grass roots activism? The man died for, and got what he wanted ... equality. Why not appreciate it and contribute to society with this new found, 50 year old equality? Would he be proud of what his people have done with it? Poor guy is prolly rolling over in his grave today. Died for what?
#2 Jan 14, 2012
And why do black people still sit in the back of the bus?
#3 Jan 14, 2012
Maybe they want to keep an eye on everybody. Sometimes there is more heat back there too. Certainly there is less traffic in the back. Freedom is about being able to chose where to sit.
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