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MLK Hoodie - April 4th, 1968 -Nikkolas Smith by Nikkolas-Smith MLK Hoodie - April 4th, 1968 -Nikkolas Smith by Nikkolas-Smith
The Dream will never die. It is more powerful than fear or violence. It can never be swindled away or destroyed. It is one of Love, and therefore timeless. =D
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Li-flower Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2015
I just want commend you for using your art to make a statement and responding to all the hateful comments with such grace.  There is an important lesson to be learned, and we should never forget to keep fighting for the Dream.
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
thank you so much Li!
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Sombrisio Featured By Owner Edited Feb 27, 2015
Great image and imagination. Don't let them pull you down. You pulled the trolls by their stereotyped ... Clap
Stand your ground. I'll follow you.
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
thank you!
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DeadSalesman Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2015  Student Digital Artist
What a powerful image! I hope it goes down in art history one day, with the irony of the responses it receives.
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
thank you!
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Ravenous215 Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2013
This image makes me sick. There is a reason we have an MLK day and not and Al Sharpton day. This man was an inspiration to all. A symbol of peace. To see his image bastardized because they want to compare it to this media hyped travesty we call news is awful. Your drawing disrespects his work.
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
For  anyone who missed the artistic intent or may be misinformed.. i spoke with Dr. Alveda King on HLN live yesterday.. check it out! 

*MLK Hoodie interview (video)*

www.hlntv.com/video/2013/07/19...
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yeahthatscool Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2013
Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had something quite different do say about this and I believe she is right on 100%.

www.infowars.com/niece-dr-mart...
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
For  anyone who missed the artistic intent or may be misinformed.. i spoke with Dr. Alveda King on HLN live yesterday.. check it out! 

*MLK Hoodie interview (video)*

www.hlntv.com/video/2013/07/19...
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
For  anyone who missed the artistic intent or may be misinformed.. i spoke with Dr. Alveda King on HLN live yesterday.. check it out! 

*MLK Hoodie interview (video)*

www.hlntv.com/video/2013/07/19...

-Nikko
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JakkRobbit Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Student General Artist
The number of people complaining about this image is ridiculous. They've completely missed the point. I looked at some of the profiles for the people here, and it looks like they made accounts for the sole purpose of complaining here, which is pretty pathetic. You guys need to take a step back and ask yourself why this image is so offensive. How does one article of clothing completely change MLK Jr. and insult what he stood for? He's the same person. It's not like his past or his character is changed. All that's different is the hoodie. People saw this and decided it's insulting and that he looks like a thug- that's the problem. They let one piece of clothing and all the stereotypes that come with it completely corrupt their image of a man.

Anyway, that's my 2 cents. And fuck it, I like this image. Amazing work.
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abellius Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013
If you don't think the hoodie changes things, then you are very naive.
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JakkRobbit Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Student General Artist
Or I could just- you know- not share the same opinion on as you on something.
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abellius Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013
And you can be wrong as well.
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JakkRobbit Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2013  Student General Artist
"I disagree with this comment, therefore this person must be wrong."
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abellius Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2013
If you disagree with your original comment, fine by me.
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JakkRobbit Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2013  Student General Artist
I see you're attempting to be witty rather than express an educated opinion on the picture. It's a good effort; you'll get better with time.

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abellius Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2013
You need to resort to funny pictures to prove your point? Sounds something that a child would do. Oh, that's right. You are a child trying to act like an adult. My mistake for trying to treat you like an adult.

If you wish to continue to go back and forth and troll each other, I can do this all year long.
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
thanks youu!  JakkRobbit is the winner..... 

*MLK Hoodie interview (video)*
I had the opportunity to speak with Dr. King's niece on HLN regarding my MLK Hoodie artwork this morning (video below), and it was incredible! a Million thanks for your support. Please check it out 
-Nikko
www.hlntv.com/video/2013/07/19...
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whamprod Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2013
www.infowars.com/niece-dr-mart...

Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., rejected the now-viral image showing the late civil rights leader wearing a hoodie just like the one Travyon Martin wore the night of his death.


“Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would very likely not wear a hoodie,” she said. “I can assure you he would not wear sagging pants.”


Dr. King made this statement on the Andrea Tantaros Radio Show on Tuesday after being asked what she thought of the image entitled MLK Hoodie – April 4th, 1968.


“I can almost promise you Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would not wear a hoodie,” she further emphasized later in the interview.


Dr. King also said that people need to think with grace rather than emotions in reference to the image and the overall backlash to the George Zimmerman verdict.


“There was a reasonable doubt in that case,” she said. “So the case went the ways of the laws of this land, but now we need to go further and look at the human heart.”


Dr. King also called out the mongers in the media and elsewhere who are trying to spin the verdict into racial tensions between Caucasians and African-Americans.


“As far as trying to fit the Caucasians against African-Americans, Mr. Zimmerman is a Hispanic,” she said. “Although we are one blood, one human family, one human race, there’s a lot of deception and emotion in these things that are being spurred.”


“Mr. Zimmerman is not a Caucasian. He’s not.”


Even when her uncle was assassinated in 1968, Dr. King said that it wasn’t fair to blame it on Caucasians.


Right before her father left home in order to retrieve the body of the slain civil rights leader, she said she stood in the kitchen ranting, “I hate white people!”


“Alveda, white people did not kill your uncle,” Dr. King’s father said to her as he held her in his arms. “The devil did.”


From that experience, Dr. King learned to answer violent tragedies with love, not hate.


“We answer with reason,” she said. “We answer with sanity.”

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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
For whamprod and anyone else who may be misinformed.. i spoke with Dr. Alveda King on HLN live yesterday.. check it out! 

*MLK Hoodie interview (video)*

www.hlntv.com/video/2013/07/19...

-Nikko
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whamprod Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2013
Nikko, this is the central point of my quote of Dr. King:
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"Dr. King also said that people need to think with grace rather than emotions in reference to the image and the overall backlash to the George Zimmerman verdict.


“There was a reasonable doubt in that case,” she said. “So the case went the ways of the laws of this land, but now we need to go further and look at the human heart.”


Dr. King also called out the mongers in the media and elsewhere who are trying to spin the verdict into racial tensions between Caucasians and African-Americans.


“As far as trying to fit the Caucasians against African-Americans, Mr. Zimmerman is a Hispanic,” she said. “Although we are one blood, one human family, one human race, there’s a lot of deception and emotion in these things that are being spurred.”


“Mr. Zimmerman is not a Caucasian. He’s not.”


Even when her uncle was assassinated in 1968, Dr. King said that it wasn’t fair to blame it on Caucasians.


Right before her father left home in order to retrieve the body of the slain civil rights leader, she said she stood in the kitchen ranting, “I hate white people!”


“Alveda, white people did not kill your uncle,” Dr. King’s father said to her as he held her in his arms. “The devil did.”


From that experience, Dr. King learned to answer violent tragedies with love, not hate.


“We answer with reason,” she said. “We answer with sanity.”"

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I am a white man, but I am also in my 60s now, and I clearly remember the day Dr. King was assassinated. In my family, we were raised to be colorblind. As a social activist in the 1960s and 1970s, I earned my stripes in support of civil rights. As a Christian, I believe that all skin colors are proof of the creativity of my God. I don't feel like I need to apologize in any way whatsoever for how I feel about matters of race.


But, I am also a believer in the legal process. George Zimmerman has been lambasted as a white racist, which he manifestly is NOT. He is exactly as white as President Obama.........half caucasian, half something else. His mother is not "spanish"-American; she is a central American native-American....an Aztec/Toltec......a Mestizo. The way he has lived his life until now has been a model of easy integration with his black neighbors, black family friends, black personal friends, and family members of color, in his home, and in his community. The Media have grossly misrepresented who he is. In fact, he is a lifelong democrat.


We have—whether you agree with them or not—laws about self-defense on the books. I don't live in Florida, I live in Texas, but I am intimately acquainted with self-defense laws in general because they concern me personally as the holder of a concealed handgun license. I have to make sure that I am intimately acquainted with those laws because, God forbid, they might someday involve ME. But I didn't grow up in Texas. I grew up in (extremely liberal) California, which....SURPRISE....is one of the 33 states with Stand Your Ground laws on the books. And by the way, SYG law was never in question during Zimmerman's trial, and his defense was not based on SYG law. It was plain old use of deadly force in self-defense.


Zimmerman had an arguably unfair trial. If he had been a black man and had been subjected to the behavior of this prosecutorial team, you would think that the media would have been all over the unfairness of it. On the other hand, and this is the really sad and unfair part of it, if Zimmerman had been a black man, it would have been just another sad case of black on black homicide, and it would have never even made the evening news......and that's just wrong. 


Consider the following: Standard operating procedure (SOP) in any self-defense shooting begins with the first step....the initial police investigation. They investigated. They found it to be an open and shut legitimate case of self-defense. If they had any doubts, they would have taken the next SOP step: arrest him and bring him before a grand jury. I cannot emphasize enough HOW IMPORTANT that next step is. The grand jury decides whether or not there is enough evidence to indict the subject and go to trial. Here in Texas, it is almost axiomatic that if you are a concealed handgun license holder involved in a self-defense shooting, you will go before a grand-jury. Only in those cases where the facts are so open and shut that a grand jury is pointless is the shooter released without involving the grand jury. That is SOP in pretty much all jurisdictions. Zimmerman never had the chance to face a grand jury, because the prosecution cheated the system.


Angela Corey (a conservative republican, by the way, who worked for Governor Scott's election campaign) took a VERY unusual and dubious step by completely bypassing the grand jury process in adjudicating Zimmerman's case.


Instead, she filed a RARELY used prosecutorial vehicle called a "Hearsay Affidavit." By doing so, she was able to hide exculpatory evidence from the indictment proceedings. The reason she did this is that a grand jury would have absolutely "no-billed" Zimmerman and cut him loose. The reason they would have cut him loose is that the amount of prosecutorial evidence simply did not rise to the level of justifying a trial.........as the trial outcome eventually proved. They would have turned him loose. She couldn't have that because A) Obama involved himself with his comments about "that could have been my son;" so B) Eric Holder's Justice Department got involved and initiated an FBI investigated civil rights inquiry into the matter. (And, ultimately, this FBI investigation found ZERO evidence of racism in Zimmerman's life.) Florida governor Scott weighed in, to keep Florida out of trouble with the feds, and he dragooned Angela Corey into conducting the prosecution. She bypassed the grand jury process because it would have proven Zimmerman's innocence, and she needed to get Zimmerman in front of a judge and jury so that nobody could accuse the system of racism. In the process, she not only bypassed the normal legal process, but she ordered the withholding of exculpatory evidence—evidence that would tend to prove innocence—from the defense team. This is a highly actionable offense, and it is illegal, wrong, and immoral no matter WHO the defendant is. When an employee of hers gave the evidence under discovery—as required by law—to the defense team, she fired him for it. Post trial, Zimmerman's defense team is seeking sanctions against Angela Corey and lead prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda, and the defense team will probably prevail.


Under our system of justice, a man is considered innocent until proven guilty. That means that Zimmerman is not just "not guilty," he is innocent of murder. Did he kill Treyvon Martin? Yes he did, but he did so in self-defense, and the facts at trial prove it. Did he profile Martin? Probably, but not only did he not break any laws (even if he did exhibit questionable judgement), let me leave you with this quote:


"There is nothing more painful to me … than to walk down the street and hear footsteps and start thinking about robbery, then look around and see somebody white and feel relieved." — Jesse Jackson


By the way, as a kind of scruffy looking looking white guy, I have had women clutch their purses tighter when I walked by. I have seen people look at me with fear when I stepped on an elevator. Some of those who looked afraid of me we black. Everybody profiles. The best we can hope for is that we all acknowledge our tendency to do the wrong thing because we live in a fallen world, and then try to deal with one another with a little bit of grace and understanding.......and honesty.


This image of yours of MLK wearing a hoodie....that's your art. It doesn't really need my approval or disapproval. But what you need to NOT lose sight of in Alveda King's message is that our justice system worked. Zimmerman was rightfully acquitted according to the laws of the state of Florida. Her words, not just mine. We need to stop hounding him.......just as we need to not hound Treyvon's parents. Like Alveta King said, "We answer with reason. We answer with sanity." And that was the whole point of my original response to your image.


Peace.


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james51576 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2013
Well I guess I don't have to say nothing else this statement says it all right here. This is 100% right. There was only two people in history that died standing up for the black people. That was President Abraham Lincoln who freed the salves, and Martin Luther King, Jr. who gave them their rights. I will say again this is not a race war these are people that do not know the truth. That pitcher is like having Zimmerman holding a gun up to Jesus Christ head and blowing his head off. Or let walk around with a jar with aborted babies in them, say it's because I don't believe in abortion. none of this is cool nor is the pitcher of  Dr.MLKjr.


It's not about Trayvon having a hoodie on it's about how he acted towards Zimmerman. When he aporched him. Bottom line. I wear a hoodie all the time and people tell me all the time to put down the hoodie so I can see who you are. I don't go off on them. I have no problem telling people who I am. I have had guns thrown in my face because people did not know who I was. I'm from philly I'm the only white boy in my neighborhood. All around me is gangs. So don't tell me about no hoodie.   
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james51576 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2013
There is nothing no one could ever say to justify this pitcher. Reach in your heart and in to the bible like Dr.MLKjr. would. Then ask yourself if this pitcher is right or not. It is not. All you did was. Make his family mad and a whole lot of others mad also. When you think you can try. Because I will shoot you down with Dr.MLKjr. own words. Don't forget now the white boy and i got better sense. I'm also way smarter than that.   
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
The irony that the same negative reaction you have seeing MLK in a hoodie, is the EXACT same reaction millions of people have when they see young black men in hoodies at night... This is your opportunity to walk in their shoes... use it as an opportunity for compassion and start seeing everyone as human beings no matter what they're wearing or their skin color.


..............picture*
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james51576 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2013
Dude don't preach to man i know all about it to good. There is good people, and bad people that wear hoodies. I know all about it man.
find someone else to feed your crap to because your not telling me.
It's not about Trayvon having a hoodie on it's about how he acted towards Zimmerman. When he aporched him. Bottom line. I wear a hoodie all the time and people tell me all the time to put down the hoodie so I can see who you are. I don't go off on them. I have no problem telling people who I am. I have had guns thrown in my face because people did not know who I was. I'm from philly I'm the only white boy in my neighborhood. All around me is gangs. So don't tell me about no hoodie.   
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james51576 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2013
"I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality... I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word." Dr.MLKjr.
"We may have all come on different ships, but we're in the same boat now." Dr. MLKjr.
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that."Dr. MLKjr.
"Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidit."Dr.MLKjr.
"The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education."Dr.MLKjr.
"An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity."Dr. MLKjr.
"Every man must decide whether he will walk in the light of creative altruism or in the darkness of destructive selfishness."Dr.MLKjr.
"I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character."DrMLKjr.
"We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools."Dr.MLKjr.

Now people the quote you read is not of a man the judges colors of people skins. He is a man that stood for right and wrong. For people as a whole. this man was God fearing. He looked at situations as close as he could and relied on the bible, God for a good answer for everything. He did not look at ones color he look at how one acted. that to me was  Dr. MLKjr.

It's a shame that a white boy has to say this. And not so great Al sharpton, or Jessie Jackson. It's a shame that no other black leader in this country is telling you this. So I see it like this Let me the white boy tell you. As far as seeing Dr.MLKjr. in that hoodie who ever made that pitcher needs a good foot in the but.



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imsiriusart Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2013
Dr. King preached non-violence. He wouldn't slam anyone's head in to the concrete, or punch them over and over in the face. You're being disrespectful to his memory with this image.
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Just in case you're missing the point or being misinformed.. i spoke with Dr. Alveda King on HLN live yesterday.. check it out! 

*MLK Hoodie interview (video)*

www.hlntv.com/video/2013/07/19...

-Nikko
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squarebird Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013
MLK would not have worn a hoodie.  What next, a digital photo of him wearing a Klan hood?
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Just in case you're missing the point or being misinformed.. i spoke with Dr. Alveda King on HLN live yesterday.. check it out! 

*MLK Hoodie interview (video)*

www.hlntv.com/video/2013/07/19...

-Nikko
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mycrackers Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013
You must be young, or intentionally provocative, which is fine...Nothing wrong with agitation...  
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abellius Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013
Hmmm, another person who doesn't truly understand what MLK stood and died for. Very sad.
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Just in case you're missing the point or being misinformed.. i spoke with Dr. Alveda King on HLN live yesterday.. check it out! 

*MLK Hoodie interview (video)*

www.hlntv.com/video/2013/07/19...

-Nikko
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abellius Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013
Not interested since this post doesn't represent MLK and his message.
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Glynth Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013
Disgraceful.
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Just in case you're missing the point or being misinformed.. i spoke with Dr. Alveda King on HLN live yesterday.. check it out! 

*MLK Hoodie interview (video)*

www.hlntv.com/video/2013/07/19...

-Nikko
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SkeetNix Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013
Sorry man, but this bastardises a heritage to be proud of left by one of the greatest men of peace the world has ever seen...
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Just in case you're missing the point or being misinformed.. i spoke with Dr. Alveda King on HLN live yesterday.. check it out! 

*MLK Hoodie interview (video)*

www.hlntv.com/video/2013/07/19...

-Nikko
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8135 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013
Dr. Alveda King says this is bad news, and I agree.  Stop using a peace activist to whip up racial tensions.
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Just in case you're missing the point or being misinformed.. i spoke with Dr. Alveda King on HLN live yesterday.. check it out! 

*MLK Hoodie interview (video)*

www.hlntv.com/video/2013/07/19...

-Nikko
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CentralBankTracker Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013
Continuing with Al Sharpton and the rest of the black on black exploitation this image is a disgrace to the man who famously quoted "The arc of the moral universe is long but it bends toward justice." Here in America, despite all the bad things that are going on, we still have a justice system based on a jury of our peers, something the criminals in charge would love to get rid of. It is heartbreaking that a young man with his whole life in front of him got caught up in an instance that led to his death. But our justice system and the jury system decided that there was reasonable doubt in the prosecution's claims against Zimmerman and that he acted in self defense. He was proven innocent and MLK would have stood by Justice. He would not have worn a hoodie and encouraged race divisions for political power and profit like the rest of the black on black exploiters.
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Madmann135 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013
The picture itself is nicely done but what it represents is a travesty to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was someone respectable, a leader and someone I look up to.
Trayvon Martin was a career criminal in the making and, if he continued down the path he was going, met his inevitable fate.
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Soapets Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Soapets
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Just in case you're missing the point or being misinformed.. i spoke with Dr. Alveda King on HLN live yesterday.. check it out! 

*MLK Hoodie interview (video)*

www.hlntv.com/video/2013/07/19...

-Nikko
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
and please, someone call Mark Zuckerberg and let him know he's been dressing like a 'thug' in that hoodie for the past 20 years... i'm sure he'll be devastated =D

time to rethink our assumptions ;)
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Nikkolas-Smith Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013  Professional Digital Artist

haha, let's discuss =D

"This image is....

"DISGRACEFUL" --so is it the Hoodie that tarnishes King's legacy? just wondering ... you know he's wearing a suit and tie under that jacket yes? =D

"Insulting Comparison" --Let's discuss.. i would say it's a valid comparison.. besides the fact that they were both murdered in cold blood..let's think about 17 year old MLK... he was certainly not perfect.. maturing, had dreams and goals such as Trayvons college and aviation hopes.. but had MLK been slain at 17 he may have been vilified just as TM has.. and we would never have known of a Martin Luther King

"Race Baiting" -- why does an image of MLK make this about race? because of the hoodie? we all wear hoodies.. is this not about human rights?

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Jump-Toon Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
No you jackass, your comparison to Travon Martin, aka The Drug head, Aka the Jr Thug, Aka the fighter, aka the boy who got constantly suspended from school for carrying illegal weapons, for drug dealing, and for drawing graffiti on School walls Dr. Martin Luther King himself fought to get black people and their kids into so they could better themselves and not live this kind of stupid life, So no ignorant ass it is not a valid comparison.

Id advise you look up Bill Cosby famous pound cake speech
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