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Would MLK Be Canceled Today?

In an interview with Breitbart News Daily on Martin Luther King Day, Star Parker, president and CEO of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, discussed how the Left will approach race in the Biden Administration and why Martin Luther King would be canceled today.

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  1. I remember a couple of years ago MLK’s “content of character” quote was called a “micro-aggression” by some college professors. That’s when I knew we were in trouble.

  2. An interesting and thought-provoking question. By 1966, many had become frustrated with the slow progress of desegregation–not integration–by virtue of strategy of passive resistance. It was a noble and courageous undertaking that, in the end, would prove superior to the more aggressive and/or militant strategy of a younger generation of African-Americans. You can’t anymore today “cancel” MLK and the effectiveness of non-violent protest anymore than you cancel the teachings or Christ.