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NAACP Attempts to Overshadow MLKJr.

http://www.flickr.com/people/[email protected] Sergiu Bacioiu] from Romania |Permission


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As a single drop in a water, the NAACP has started to usurp Dr. Martin Luther King's message. Knowing what we know now, the great MLKJr would have nothing at all to do with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). In fact, MLKJr could easily say the NCAAP now represents the biggest pitfall for Blacks in achieving equal rights.


It turns out the NAACP is fine with killing/aborting Black babies, especially through Planned Parenthood. What happened to MLKJr’s words “judge people not by the color of their skin, but on the content of their character?”


MLKJr knew if America was to be great, everyone of every race must be able to share in the same opportunities. In legalizing abortion in 1974, the Supreme Court ruled a group of people, specifically children still unborn, were not entitled any legal protection at all. King’s dream became distinguished.

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