King the Colorblind Radical

In a 2019 piece, Coleman Hughes calls Martin Luther King Jr. A “colorblind radical.” Hughes also posts a series of quotes from King showing that he saw the civil rights “movement in nonracial, universalist terms.” For example, King said, “The important thing about man is . . . not the texture of his hair or the color of his skin but the quality of his soul.”

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