The only person twisting MLK's words is you. You're picking and choosing what works for your narrative of unity and looking beyond race. Ideal, but unrealistic. It doesn't stop the murders of Black adults or children. It does not change the fact that just last month Black and Latina women accounted for all job losses, while white men and women made gains. The fact that you come on here to say my words are the problem rather than the actions of white people dehumanizing us is a problem. You're creating a false equivalency between the two. The fact that you think you've said something I haven't heard from a bunch of white people before is what's laughable. You hold up the ideal to avoid discussing realities of race and, if that's your kink, have fun with it. Max reply has now been reached so ta-ta.

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