The anniversary of the murder of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King was celebrated with a protest. Black groups, churches, and community activists from Chicago, Philadelphia, Detroit, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Utah, Colorado, and Pittsburgh came together to protest at the NAACP national headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland. The protest was tremendous, exciting, and very successful. The protest was well covered by the media.
This writer hopes Rev. Pinkney and many concerned people of all races will come to Atlanta to protest at the Beverly Hall trial and trials of other educators who are being prosecuted for fraud in the standardized test cheating scandal, whereas frauds by banks and The (Johnnie) Cochran Firm were allowed to avoid prosecution. Millions of people of all races believe in liberty and justice for ALL and that nobody should be considered "too big to fall."
Repeat of paragraph 1 - Within moments of my submitting this article, a close relative was deliberately rear-ended by a white Infinity in a hit and run incident. I stopped driving in 2008 after being followed for months by several vehicles that usually included one government vehicle.