Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. knew that achieving equality under the law was only the first step to ending white supremacy; equity in economic opportunity was more critical and difficult.
“The prohibition of barbaric behavior, while beneficial to the victim, does not constitute the achievement of equality or freedom,” he wrote in an essay for The Nation magazine on March 14, 1966.
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