Martin Luther King, Jr. Quote

It is perfectly clear that a violent revolution on the part of American blacks would find no sympathy and support from the white population and very little from the majority of Negroes themselves. This is no time for romantic illusions and empty philosophical debates about freedom. This is a time for action. What is needed is a strategy for change, a tactical program that will bring the Negro into the mainstream of American life as quickly as possible. So far, this has only been offered by the nonviolent movement. Without recognizing this we will end up with solutions that don't solve, answers that don't answer and explanations that don't explain.


Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? (1967)

Picture Quote 1

It is perfectly clear that a violent revolution on the part of American blacks would find no sympathy and support from the white population and very...

Picture Quote 2

It is perfectly clear that a violent revolution on the part of American blacks would find no sympathy and support from the white population and very...

Picture Quote 3

It is perfectly clear that a violent revolution on the part of American blacks would find no sympathy and support from the white population and very...

Picture Quote 4

It is perfectly clear that a violent revolution on the part of American blacks would find no sympathy and support from the white population and very...