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Why Race Matters

Was a change, however the act was only a step in the right direction and was a watershed moment as after this many more laws were passed; also showed that King's leadership and patience had achieved something and this was a great inspiration to many.

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Take that people who use the excuse "it's our heritage" (because first off, if you're really saying that, you're saying you're proud to be descended from people who committed treason and went to war because they were told that they can't own another human being anymore)

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A cool customer! The stunning collection of never published pictures from legendary American photographer Steve Schapiro

Protest: Martin Luther King during his march from Selma, Alabam, to Montgomery in 1965 as part of the American civil rights movement

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#MalcolmX #oppression It's still happening... A few examples: http://stopwar.org.uk/campaigns/islamophobia A discussion of the terrorism propaganda that has been used to justify wars of aggression in the name of a so-called democracy, &that has been painting victims as criminals, another example is given by whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg who talks about the unjustified, criminal wars in Vietnam and Irak. www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyKIb3f1qk8 Another example…

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Free Speech. You keep saying that. I don't think it means what you think it means.

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Exactly! And racism isn't 'an opinion' - you're just being horrible, so why do people think saying homophobic things is 'just my opinion' when you're being just horrible?

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This is perfection. Exactly what I always think when people moan about being politically correct.. no you just want to be offensive

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John F. Kennedy went by this quote everyday. This was his famous quote because it meant you need to do more for your country and be true U.S citizens.

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How the FBI Tried to Block Martin Luther King’s Commencement Speech

This is a famous picture of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. Both of these men were Civil Rights activists, and Malcolm X was assassinated in 1965 by Nation of Islam Members, because of their disagreement in his influential messages about Civil Rights.

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