Martin Luther King’s famous dream speech called for a color-blind society, one in which one’s character, not skin color, would be the basis for judging any individual.
Many decades later, America has elected an African-American president who has installed an African-American attorney general as the chief enforcer of the law.
So, how are these African-American leaders doing with regard to Martin Luther King’s demand for color blind justice?
Two recent issues are illustrative, but not particularly reassuring to those who share Dr. King’s views.
For example: The funeral of Army Maj. Gen. Har ... continue reading »