Submitted by ub on Mon, 01/16/2023 - 08:32

As Americans celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, let us never forget that it is up to every one of us to stand up for our rights.

While racism still endures to this day, everyone, everywhere should stand up against racial prejudice and intolerant attitudes. Be a human rights champion and #FightRacism today and every single day.…,28804,1841228……

"How long? Not long, because no lie can live forever. How long? Not long, you shall reap what you sow. How long? Not long ... How long? Not long, because the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice,"  MLK

WARNING: Some are hiding behind the WOKE word. which means being conscious of racial discrimination in society and other forms of oppression and injustice to curtail our first amendment and civil rights.

When this term became popularized, initially the meaning of this term was when an individual become more aware of social injustice. Or basically, any current affairs related like biased, discrimination, or double standards.

However, as time passed by, people started using this term recklessly, assigning this term to themselves or someone they know to boost their confidence and reassure them that they have moral high grounds and are fighting for a better world. And sometimes even use it as a way to protect themselves from other people's opinions, by considering the 'outsider' as non-woke. While people are in line with their beliefs as woke. Meaning that those 'outsiders' have been brainwashed by society and couldn't see the truth. Thus, filtering everything that the 'outsider' gives regardless of whether it is rational or not.