Justice Justice Pardon my voice Its seems to me that true civil rights have lost its course. Society in 1963 Seemed to believe  That blacks and whites were separate  But, as I stand to prove, the man Inferior and superior are what weaken and blind the land. As color is judged by its race  But not the content of its grace. Change the truth in the human faith The consumer assumes that they are taught to hate. As generations pass this trait  Government are hypocrisy Is Kennedy to blame? As blacks are hosed down and bruised and stomped under For standing up against the founder fathers   Our skin may be dark but It is you, that cause that really caused the thunder.  As I sit inside this Birmingham jail  behind the lock and iron rail my heart exhale  “I pledge allegiance to my Flag and the Republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."My faith is for justice  My humanity  is for justice  My people is for justice  I have that dream I shall call.



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