Would Martin Luther King Jr. support Black Lives Matter? | The Tylt
As we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, many are debating whether the Black Lives Matter movement of today resembles the Civil Rights movement of the 20th century. BLM activists argue icons like Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks have had their legacies whitewashed, and were treated like radicals in their time—just like BLM. But others argue BLM is antithetical to the peaceful approach of Dr. King's movement. What do you think? 👊🏿
Would Martin Luther King Jr. support Black Lives Matter?
You mean the group that incited riots and the burning of multiple businesses (who were owned by their fellow brethren btw). Let’s not forget the multiple police assassinations that resulted. MLK would have been ashamed. He did it the right way not like what BLM did— matthew gilmore (@XxMattGilmoreXx) January 9, 2018
this is why #reclaimMLK is so important. I grew up taught by teachers solely about MLKs nonviolence and the convo stops there.— 6'5 vegan hbcu grad w/ a passport (@flowermessiah_) January 10, 2018
he was so with shits😭 the anti capitalist, anti imperialist, anti white supremacist AND anti centrist shits
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