The long and winding May of 1968 (4): April 4 – The assassination of Martin Luther King | Autonomies

The african/black american struggle against slavery and racism far predates the rebellions of 1968.  Yet the 1960s marked an intensification in this struggle, comparable to few other moments in recent history.

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