What would M.L.K. say today?

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“I shared these stories and others to acknowledge, on the international stage, that I have personally experienced one of America’s greatest imperfections. I have seen for myself how the original sin of slavery weaved white supremacy into our founding documents and principles.”

U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield 

Whether is is the media characterization of cops as racist, corporations using racist training programs or the U.N. Ambassador delegitimatizing the greatness and truth about America, we are in tumultuous times. Racial disunity has been on the rise SINCE the Obama years. Ironically, the nation’s first black president was elected fairly, without racism impeding his journey. Yet, he stoked the flames of racial discord once in office ,giving voice to BLM and creating a society focused on skin color.

Each day, we are bombarded with allegations of systemic racism and white supremacy. These leftist talking points are baseless lies and fabrications meant to distract, mobilize and create disunity. Listen to the wisely chosen words of Dr. King as we connect the message of 1964 to the realities of 2021.

Perhaps there is systemic racism, but not in the way the left presents. Enjoy the show below.

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Episode 9 Free at Last: M.L.K. and systemic racism The Republic 1776

Racism is alleged daily and at all levels.  What is the state of systemic racism and how do Dr. King's words fit America today? — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sam-adams77/support

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