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Published: Friday, Jan. 14 2011 12:00 a.m. MST

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'ATLANTA Americans are no more convinced than before Barack Obama was elected as the first black president that the country is closer to achieving Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of racial equality, a poll shows.' - Article

As this article also points out, the goal for achieving racial equality has done a great deal...

it is ongoing.

And will continue to be. The claims that we have done 'enough', supported by attempts to repeal Affirmative Action, is fiction.

It will always be ongoing. Because if we stop, we have truly failed. This can, and should, apply to any other discrepency.

Gender, color, orientation, disability, veterans status, etc.

Always foward.

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