Why we are still fighting.

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And why we should stop…

I remember watching a video years ago recorded during the civil rights movement in the southern U.S. A black man, tall, well-dressed, with a proud step, was walking down the sidewalk. A group of about fifteen white men were gathered around him. Nothing in the video showed what came before or after, there was no context. As he walked, they followed, with an almost visible rage…




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