21 million of us may lose healthcare. 21 million. Rather than folding into rage, arguing perspectives, or waxing philosophical, let’s get in the streets. Join us today, for a special edition of Black History Bootcamp to listen to the words of one of the most brilliant political organizers in history. Dr. King called us to love one another AND demand “a radical redistribution of political and economic power.” He said, “Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health is the most shocking and inhuman.” In this pivotal moment, as we strengthen our bodies for the days ahead, we’ll share the part of his final speech that they do NOT want you to hear. It’s a blueprint for labor organizing, economic withdrawal, direct action, and radical love.
“There is a certain kind of fire that no water can put out.”
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