Ruminations of a Baby Boomer: Racial Conflict Forever in America

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Opinion Column by Frosty Wooldridge
Part 6:  Racism, King, Wallace, Waters, Rioters, Antifa, Multiculturalism, Diversity

During my entire adult life since 1965 as a college student, racial conflict continues without pause in every state in America.  In the early 60's, Dr. Martin Luther King marched for equal rights for African-Americans.  He met his last day on Earth at a motel.  Riots and destruction of property ensued.  Alabama Governor George Wallace stood in the doorway of his major university to stop Blacks from attending.  By 1968, Detroit, a city where I worked for 20 years, experienced race riots like nothing before.

In college Sociology classrooms at Michigan State University, they told us that people 'learned' racism.  They said that more education would make it vanish.  But no matter how the last 55 years have passed, I see racism across this country manifesting anywhere and everywhere Blacks and Whites mi
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