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He doesn't believe Dr. King’ s dream has been realized because he thinks at the time the speech was made America only considered improving the rights of blacks and therefore didn't consider improving the rights and lives of other people of color.
When asked what would he say to speak out against everyday racism, he responded: 'History has blood on it, the future doesn't have to if we just stop what we're thinking or doing for just a second. Maybe that second can be your moment of clarity.'
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