On the Anniversary of MLK Jr.’s Assassination, We Should Heed King’s Economic Roadmap to Reparations — The Root

In a 1968 speech just prior to his death on April 4, Martin Luther King Jr. appeared to articulate the next phase of the fight for equality in America. It wasn’t focused on equal rights or the plight of African Americans in education in the wake of Brown v. Board of Education—it focused on black…

On the Anniversary of MLK Jr.’s Assassination, We Should Heed King’s Economic Roadmap to Reparations — The Root

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