1/13/2023 0 Comments
MLK the Story Rarely Told
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement and a champion of racial equality. In the years leading up to his assassination in 1968, he became increasingly vocal in his call for reparations for the Negro People, who later became known as African Americans. Those people had been subjected to centuries of slavery, discrimination, and abuse.
Dr. King acknowledged the need for reparations for the Negro People. He argued that the United States had a moral obligation to provide financial compensation to the descendants of slaves; who had been denied basic human rights, and who's labor & wealth were stolen from them.
Dr. King believed that reparations were necessary not only to address the historical injustices that had been inflicted upon the Negro People, but also to address the ongoing economic disparities that still existed between whites and blacks. He argued that without reparations, African Americans would continue to be disadvantaged and marginalized in American society.
Dr. King's call for reparations was met with resistance from many quarters, including the federal government and the white community. Despite this resistance his message resonated with many African Americans, and his call for reparations remained a quiet topic among African Americans in the years following Dr. King's assassination.
Today, the issue of reparations for African Americans is still met with resistance from the United States Government, many in the white community, and recent immigrant groups. Some have argued that reparations is a necessary step towards healing the wounds of the past, and others arguing that it is an unfair burden on present-day Americans who had no involvement in past injustices. It has to be understood that those who currently oppose reparations are continuing to exercise violence against American Americans by ignoring the legacy of slavery and devaluing the countless lives that were exploited and lost under the despicable systems of Cattle Slavery and Jim Crow in the U.S.
The United States Government owes a debt to the descendants of U.S. Slavery. To deny African Americans reparations is a continuation of denying the humanity of the Negro People that built this nation. It was the thief of the Negro People and their wealth that built the vast wealth of the United States. There is only one solution to correct the condition of African Americans; which was created by the United States Government, and that is to return the stolen wealth of the Negro People to their descendants via reparations in the form of cash payments, legislative protections, and enforcement of punishment for anti-black racism.
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