Does a change in Civil Rights laws change people’s hearts and minds?
One would think racism stopped back in the 1960s after the Civil Rights, Voting Rights, and Fair Housing Acts got signed.
As you know, that’s not the case today. Although we don’t see Jim Crow (White only/Colored only) signs anymore, racism still takes many forms from education, employment, opportunities, medical care, and everything in-between.
So, does a change in Civil Rights laws change people’s hearts and minds? Dr. King had a great response to this, back in 1967…
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