Rev. Joseph Lowery spoke at the March on Washington saying: “We come to Washington to commemorate, we’re going home to agitate.” He also said, “everything has changed and nothing has changed.” That is so true for so many people. The only way to force social change is to start boycotting that things that matter in our fight for voting rights. That includes North Carolina, Texas, South Carolina and Mississippi.
Democratic political strategist Jamal Simmons tweeted, “let’s go home to create wealth, skilled workers and owners” in response to the March on Washington. I couldn’t have said it any better. That’s called #advancingthedream.
@hinterlandg let's go home to create wealth, skilled workers and owners. Ppl must have something to sell. That $ will buy political power.
— Jamal Simmons (@JamalSimmons) August 24, 2013
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