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01/17/2010

Video: A day for R&R (Respect & Remembrance)

by Jeremy Hooper

From YouTube auteur Sean Chapin:


Martin Luther King Jr. Tribute [YT]

**SEE ALSO: Coretta Scott King's quotes in regards to the MLK-LGBT connection

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One of the most contentious bars between THE civil rights movement and OUR civil rights struggle is the fact that the African American community reject us, declaring that we have never had to suffer the indignity that they have. Yet, according to Yale prof. of History, George Chancey, there were MANY near-identical laws constructed and enforced which DID treat us the same as they. Even his late wife, Corretta Scott King (not to mention Bayard Rustin, who was Gay) was a vociferous advocate for us; and still they turn a blind eye in deep offense. It's sad, really...

Posted by: Wade MacMorrighan | Jan 18, 2010 10:20:36 AM

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