In this radio byte, Neal Boortz references Martin Luther King’s famous speech, which urged men to be judged by their character and not the color of their skin, in response to a recent article titled: “New Cities Reignite Debate Over Race.”
The article in question took issue with the fact that certain city councils and governing boards, which are white, remain the heads of majority black communities. The rationale of the piece appears to be that such an arrangement is, in essence, a building of “new racial barriers.”
“Forget about the content of your character, it’s all about the color of your skin,” said Boortz.
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