Friday, January 17, 2020

Flashback Friday - Right Is Never Wrong - Martin Wiles

Right Is Never Wrong

Martin Luther King, Jr., said, “We must use time creatively, in the knowledge that the time is always ripe to do right.”
During the 1960s, what was considered right by many Americans was challenged by others who believed this right was actually wrong. For too long, black Americans had endured “separate but equal” status…until the premise was finally challenged and ruled an impossibility. No more “white” and “colored” signs above restrooms and water fountains. No more “Coloreds use back door” signs plastered near the front entrances of restaurants. 

The time had arrived for right to prevail. And prevail it did…through marches, sit-ins, blood, sweat, tears, hangings, beatings, murders, tears, loss, speeches, clubbings, dog attacks, police brutality, sexual abuse, and a number of other unmentionables. Doing right is never wrong, but it can be painful. Read more...

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