Shortly before his assassination in 1968, Martin Luther King, Jr. feared that he was “integrating his people into a burning house.” 50 years later, we’re huddled deep inside that burning house, living a lie that we refuse to acknowledge. And the impact has been beyond measure. Integration just might have been the single biggest divide-and-conquer tactic used against Ame’rican Negroes in the last 100 years, and Dr. King played a large part in it. To his credit, MLK walked off the Boule reservation that held him in check, but the damage has been done. Is integration irreparable? Join me and let’s discuss in-depth. 563-999-3442 is the call-in number to the show. Press 1 to join the conversation. Tune in and let’s dialogue!
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