Helium.com Question About Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr.

Helium.com about Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr., reminds me as a person born in 1970 that both are equally important. They have different roles, lessons we learned, purposes, and functions. It would not have been a “Civil Rights” movement if it were not for both of them.

The United States of America has a history or herstory (depends if it is a man or woman) of dividing people  to destroy them. It is no longer a “Black Civil Rights” movement. It is now a “Multicultural Civil Rights” movement.

The news show individuals dying on hospital floors without help. Heath care is  not a “Race”, mental health care is not a “Race”.

They want to legalize assisted suicide, can we legalize living!

Tres

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