What would Martin Luther King do or teach today?
What would he have to say about the unremitting anger against "da' man" and perpetual calls to make right the injustices of the past?
Would he still say "Forgiveness is God's command"?
Would he be cast aside as not being an "authentic" black man for saying that today?
Would he be tarred with the same brush as Bill Cosby, Walter Williams and Clarence Thomas?
Seems like no amount of reparations, apologies, or affirmative action will ever suffice in the absence of forgiveness.