1963: USA -African Americans compensation for the exploitation and humiliation of the Negro in American down through the centuries

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The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. writes, “No amount of gold could provide adequate compensation for the exploitation and humiliation of the Negro in American down through the centuries.”  Yet he calls for compensation for unpaid wages.

To: 
African Americans
From: 
USA
Year of Apology: 
1963
Footnote: 
King, M. L. Why We Can’t Wait. 1963. p150-2.