Racism On The Rise

From Howard Beach to Forsyth County

Their hair was grayer, their faces more lined, but here they all came, marching proudly out of history and onto the newest battlefield of racial conflict. Coretta King, Hosea Williams, Joseph Lowery, Andrew Young -- some of them had demonstrated with Martin Luther King in Montgomery, and some in Selma, and some in Washington, and now they had gathered with more than 20,000 supporters to march through Cumming, in Forsyth County, Ga., to protest the immutable racism there and the resurgence of racism elsewhere. And though King had been shot down 19 years ago, this was the week for observing his...

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