Between the Rock and the Hard Place
[We are]"...In the uncomfortable position of being in between King “the rock” of righteousness and the hard place occupied by ‘white rage’ and its emissary. White Rage! It’s been around for a long time. Long before King came on the scene. Martin was certainly no stranger to it. It surfaced as a force at the end The Civil War when the Emancipation of the slaves brought resentment that “the good old days” of black subjugation were over. And that knowledge begat rage, and rage begat white resistance to reconstruction, white terrorism, and the Klu Klux Klan. But white rage didn’t end there...."
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