Martin Luther King Jr On Riots And Violence
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[Martin Luther King Jr On Riots And Violence]
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I don’t think there’s any real organization to the riots I think they grow out of the conditions that I’ve mentioned all along. And as long as these intolerable conditions are there, as long as the negro finds himself living every day in a major depression, then every city will sit on a powder keg and can explode over the slightest incident.
There is no violent solution to the problem that the Negro confronts in this country. And this is why I have constantly said that riots are socially destructive and self-defeating. After all, the Negro ends up on the losing end. We can’t win a violent revolution.
Most of the persons killed in riots are Negroes themselves. The persons who end up not being able to get milk for their children are Negroes, because things where they have to live are destroyed. So there’s no practical or moral answer in the realm of violence to the Negroes’ problem. But I do understand the sociological, the psychological and the economic reason.
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