The Rev. Jesse Jackson, Xernona Clayton and Andrew Young are some of the last re…


The Rev. Jesse Jackson, Xernona Clayton and Andrew Young are some of the last remaining members of a generation of civil rights activists who reshaped America and challenged their country to become a genuine multiracial democracy. As the nation marks the one-year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd, these leaders are taking stock of how Floyd’s death has transformed the US — and how so much change is still needed. ⁠

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  1. Hahahah what the fuck? You’re comparing him to Martin Luther King?!? George fucking Floyd… really? Martin Luther King… that’s unbelievable.

  2. What happened to him was tragic and the person responsible will never get out of prison but please don’t compare him to John Lewis and MLK.

  3. Imagine, spending your whole life fighting for ideals, freedom and opportunities against threats of certain death only to be compared to someone else because you shared a skin tone.

  4. Get the hell outta here with this stupid message. Floyd was just a vessel for division, he did nothing of value as an individual and shouldn’t be compared to MLK

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