Star Parker says:

If [Rev. Joseph Lowery] thought about it, and wanted to be honest about it, he might appreciate that because he and his colleagues couldn’t get off the soapbox after the work was done in 1965, just as he couldn’t get off the soapbox at Mrs. King’s funeral, they helped lead a community that was breaking out of the shackles of oppression into a new slavery of dependence.

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