“An injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”  These words were spoken by Dr. Martin L. King, Jr.  He believed in not only direct action but also a class action.  He sought class relief.  This was his understanding of defending against Scott v. Sanford, 19 How. (60 U.S.) 393 (1857).

            If he were alive today, he would be taking direct action against New York instead of developing cozy relationships with public officials in New York.  The civil rights movement is dead.  It has been replaced by the $ilver rites movement.  Blacks in New York including black attorneys, public officials and leading blacks are afraid to express any dissent against injustice.

             Today, the Economist is describing our living quarters as “Jailhouse nation.”  I can count the number of blacks, on one hand, who are willing to join me in taking direct action. Today our racial representatives are racial diplomats.  Ralph Bunche would be welcomed.

             It was difficult to purchase a full-page advertisement in the New York Amsterdam News.  The title mentioned boycott and the text mentioned sanctuary. Blacks enjoy no free press.  The advertisement was printed to be illegible.  It was not free.  Its cost was over FourThousand Dollars for fine print.

            My purchase of this advertisement will have a slave reaction.  Slaves will demand punishment against me.  This is the true nature of the slave mind.  Slaves must punish their white friends and reward their black enemies.  The white man breeds them like he breed “attack dogs.”  He must be insulated at all costs.

            I have laid the foundation for the public hearing on attorney discipline in New York. My plan for Tuesday, August 11, 2015 will be discussed today in detail at the Cotton Club in Harlem at 3:00 p.m.  I am seventy years of age.  My concern is for those younger attorneys who have made a lifetime investment in the law.  They must be heard. All elected and public officials and leading blacks are aware of this meeting and they have received invitations.

            In far too many instances, I have been the only voice in New York in opposition tojudicial racism, which is also a class matter.  Other voices should be heard.  I am not an elected official.  I have no constituents.  My “clients” are not affected by judicial racism.  I have no access to the airwaves.  White supremacists have gotten the impression that I am the only spoiled apple in the barrel.

            Black leaders include Rev. Al Sharpton, Rev. Jesse Jackson and Min. Louis Farrakhan.  Leading organizations include the NAACP, the Urban League, National Action Network, Rainbow Coalition, The Nation of Islam, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and Black Lives Matter. Their voices should be heard.  “Jailhouse nation” has shattered Dr. King’s dream.


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