Monday, January 21 | 2013
Speech at a rally, hosted outside the New Haven Courthouse in CT
Racism, prejudice and discrimination have not been left in history, because in order for these terms to be historical terms, it means that they must have eroded, reaching a terminal position.
History matters, which is why we are here today to reflect on the events of Martin luther King Jr, who died in the fight for equality. An equality we have not reached, but merely translated into individualism, arbitration, attrition and tyranny.