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RACE IN AMERICA

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2017

The bigger picture

Today we pay tribute to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Some fifty years after his assassination, we laud him and lift him to the level of American hero and icon; but let’s not forget for one moment that at the time he was reviled by many and treated as a fomentor, a rabble-rouser. We whitewash history to omit the fact…

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Clay Rivers

Clay Rivers

Artist, author, accidental activist, & editorial dir of Our Human Family (http://www.ohfweekly.org and http://medium.com/our-human-family). Twitter: @clayrivers

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