BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Dr. King spoke about cultural and economic conditions in the 1860s and the present-day legacy in a rare film clip of a 1967 news interview.
“The other thing is that the color became a stigma. American society made … color a stigma.” — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
It is a blunt, concise, and powerful summary of facts missing from many modern history books. Facts that point to the roots of racial profiling.
Source: The View, January 2019, 2:38 min.