MLK Day isn't just an opportunity to remember Dr King; it's also a moment to contest his legacy - to remember him for who he was, a radical anti-capitalist who believed that racism was a tool first and foremost for class oppression.
Thankfully, we have a wealth of primary and secondary King material online and open access, especially in the Internet Archive.
Born in South Carolina, but the Pacific Northwest is home. I’m a parent to not human children but a corgi-boxer (full of energy) and an older persian mix cat. I’ve been a graphic designer since 1990.
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