Rights activist Martin Luther King III said that the voices of protesters had been heard recently, after recently tweeting: “As my father explained during his lifetime, the riots are an inaudible language.”
King said that the protests after the death of George Floyd would not immediately change racial inequality in America, but could be influential within a short period of time.
“I think the entire nation, and the world is actually focusing on this issue … The question is: What are those changes? And it is clear that our nation is preparing for change and responsible change. Obviously, you cannot change institutional racism overnight. He told Jim Sciutto from CNN.
King said there was a need for dialogue between civil rights leaders and the White House, citing when his father Martin Luther King Jr. held meetings with Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson.
distance Delays across Georgia King said during the primaries yesterday that voters spend hours in line, adding, “There is no doubt” that there is oppression of voters and that it disproportionately affects black Americans.
“If we do not deal with the repression of the electorate, it will be interesting to see what happens in the elections in November … We must make it much easier for people to vote, not as a nation,” he said. .