It's Black HIstory Month, so schoolchildren around the country are (likely, hopefully) getting a refresher on the Civil Rights Movement. A highlight of the movement was the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream Speech" delivered on the National Mall as part of the August 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. In 1964 LBJ signed the Civil Rights Act which abolished (institutional) racism, and all races, creeds, and religions lived together in harmony happily ever after. Except for Dr. King, as he was assassinated in 1968.
Why would Dr. King be a target after years of good works on behalf of the disenfranchised? Because instead of integration & civil rights, he turned his focus to economics Dr. King dared to tackle subjects such as government's failure to follow through with the "40 acres & a mule" promise at the end of the Civil War:
Here is a longer highlight clip Dr.King's notable thoughts that allows us to gain a greater understanding of this great American icon and the far-reaching impacts of America's original sin.