This is something I was thinking about the other day. How would Martin Luther King react if he would see how our generation is today regarding racism if he were still alive? I think he would be pissed and disappointed with how we handle racism. I mean look at some of the black kids and adults and "wiggers" (white kids and even adults who pose to be black "gangstas") today constantly using the word "nigga" which is a word they wanted to eliminate back then. (I know it wasn't really nigga but it's still the same damn word just with "er" taken out of it and replacing an "a" at the end) It's even in today's rap music. I don't think Martin would be very proud with his fellow black Americans using a word that he didn't like to be called. It's funny because black people today praise Martin for his speeches and everything he did back then but some do things that Martin was trying to eliminate like using racial terms like "nigga" and "cracka". I would like to see what Martin would say to them if he confronted them. I bet they would stop using those words like "nigga" and call each other different name like dude or something.
Edit: Also how would he feel about the "gangsta" accent and how modern day "gangstas" dress? I don't think he would like it very much.
Just something I was thinking about, what are your thoughts?