The Civil War supposedly ended slavery in America

The Civil War supposedly ended slavery in America, but in reality, African Americans were suppressed and used by the government of the white man. And then Rosa Parks refused to give a white man her seat on the bus. While many had refuted the ideas and practices of inequality of the races, their voices were never loud enough to be heeded across the world. That is until men like Martin Luther King, Jr. and Andrew Young stepped up into the pulpit to deliver the message of Christian equality and brotherhood. Tired of seeing “the vast majority of (their) twenty million Negro brothers smothering in an airtight cage of poverty in the midst of an affluent society”