I’ve never been on a bus in Montgomery. But I would be less than a Christian if I stood back and said, because I don’t ride the bus, I don’t have to ride a bus, that it doesn’t concern me. I will not be content. I can hear a voice saying,

‘If you do it unto the least of these, my brother, you do it unto me.'”

Martin Luther King Jr., minister, activist, Montgomery boycott speech, 1955


 

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