(WASHINGTON) #GeorgeFloyd Report: Reacting to the worldwide protest movement sparked by his death the son of Martin Luther King Jr said that the breadth of the protests and the massive presence of white proteste rs made it a much larger movement than the one that followed the assassination of his father in 1968 #AceNew sDesk report

#AceNewsReport – June.11: “I’ve never seen anything quite like this in my life,” Martin Luther King III told FRANCE 24. King said that if his father were alive, he would be angered that racial inequalities are still ingrained but at the same time would embrace the protest movement: “I’ve never seen anything quite like this in my life,” Martin Luther King III told @FRANCE24

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King said that if his father were alive, he would be angered that racial inequalities are still ingrained but at the same time would embrace the protest movement “King, a human rights activist like his father, expressed confidence that the US Congress was now under pressure to come up with real change when it comes to the treatment of African Americans: If not, he warned that there were already discussions in African American circles about organising business boycotts in order to ramp up the pressure on the business community.”

#AceNewsDesk report ……………Published: June.11: 2020:

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