Fifty-Seven-Years after the "dream" of Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was revealed during the March on Washington, DC, August 28, 1963, Black America still faces a similar fate today as it did back in 1963.
Racial equality and social justice have eluded Black America. Recent slayings and injuries of Black men and women at the hands of law enforcement in America have confirmed that Dr. King's "dream" of a united and racially equal United States (US) has not come to fruition.
As thousands of progressive peoples stood at the Lincoln Memorial earlier today to mark the anniversary of King's March on Washington and to launch their demand for justice reform and final racial equality, Black Americans have broadly determined that there is an uttermost urgency to rectifying today's wrongs.
Those still believing in America's promises of liberty, opportunity, equality, justice and the rule of law are looking to the vote in the November 3, 2020 Presidential Election as an exercise to usher in the changes necessary to affirming the unity of the Republic.