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Even Martin Luther King Jr. Would Struggle

If he had to deal with Modern Racism in 2022

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I joined a conservative Facebook group back in 2016. It was beneficial because I learned much of doublespeak. I learned how to discern the new face of racism. I learned that racism became more complicated.

For instance, the conversation around racism changed. They hated racism also — racism…




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