The Civil Rights Movement brought us the opportunity to sit with whites on the bus and in the restaurant. However, it failed to address the racism which our people are still dealing with today. I won’t repeat what has been said. I will let you hear it from the leaders themselves. I will only say this. Black people are not inherently violent people. However, if violence must be the price to have equality, then so be it! If no longer spending a single dollar with a non-black owned business is the price to pay to gain equal treatment, then so be it! The question is are black people willing to pay the price, and die if needed, to no longer suffer further indignities? Even integration did not remove racism. Addressing and eliminating racism is the final barrier to true equality.
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