I’m taking a risk and playing the race card.

Where, oh, where is the black moral majority?

There was a time when blacks stood on solid religious grounds to uplift our race, even when that entailed overcrowding pews to take on the national Democratic Party and Southern Democrats who crowed, “Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.”

There was a time when men like Lawrence Guyot, a native of Pass Christian, Miss., went from the Bible Belt to the Midwest to the Northeast raising Cain, reminding blacks and whites alike that America had long ago decreed freedom and justice for all from sea to shining sea.

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