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Clayborne Carson: Leaders Turn Protest Into Change

Jun 22 2020

"Wherever there is a major stimulus for protest, something that outrages many people—for example, an unnecessary war (like all those during my adult life), or in this case, another video of a Black man being killed by police—then there needs to be a way of expressing that outrage, either through nonviolent or violent methods. This happened after Rodney King’s beating and Martin Luther King’s assassination. It’s probably the most positive way to spur those with authority to respond with a sense of urgency."

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Clayborne Carson, King Institute