Imagine, for a moment, that you’re a young black man living in America in 1961. You, your friends, and some like-minded people decide that you’re tired of the way you and your community are being treated…

So you take it upon yourselves to travel from state to state with your newfound brothers-in-arms and protest this treatment by sitting, eating, and being where you’re not supposed to be.

“Whites Only” signs stare you in the face while you’re trying to get served a piece of pie…

Dogs, police batons, and water hoses wait for you to exit…

A beating, a bloody nose, some stitches, or even death could be waiting for you right around the corner.

This is what the Freedom Riders on 1961 fought against in their quest to end segregation and the unfair and unequal treatment of black Americans everywhere.

A few years later, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would champion this cause and force the United States government to sign into law the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This would truly be the beginning of the end for the “old ways” of doing things in America.

It was a cause that cost Dr. King his life.

But his hard work and sacrifice would usher in a NEW America — a better America…

An America that today’s generation of minorities wants to throw away and relegate to the dustbin of history.

Segregation is BACK

In a disturbing movement that is sweeping our country’s institutions of higher learning, more and more colleges are returning to the times before black Americans and other minorities WEREN’T recognized as equals by rolling back the clock on segregation.

Even worse…

This segregation is coming at the request of the minority students themselves — even though they’re supposed to be living in a time of discovery and diversity.

It’s like they don’t even understand why previous generations sacrificed so much so they could live and be equal…

But that’s not what they want.

The latest college to fall to this lunacy is Williams College in Massachusetts — an institution whose student newspaper is supporting and calling for the segregation of minorities because they feel it will make their campus, a “more welcoming, supportive, and safe community for minoritized students.”

It is truly disturbing how these young Americans seem to forget that segregation and unfamiliarity was a HUGE reason as to why there always seemed to be a disconnect between themselves and the predominantly white world from which the Civil Rights Act was born.

Even scarier…

Williams isn’t alone.

Not the Dream of Dr. King

The National Association of Scholars (NAS) “recently launched Separate but Equal, Again: Neo-Segregation in American Higher Education, a project examining … “neo-segregation”: — the voluntary and institutionally sanctioned segregation of minority students … on college campuses such as Columbia University, Yale University, MIT, and others.”

Of the 173 schools surveyed, NAS found that roughly 73 of the colleges offered segregated residence. Eighty of them offered segregated orientation programs and 125 of them hosted segregated graduations!

As disturbing as this trend may seem…

It doesn’t seem to be slowing down. In fact, it seems to be speeding up as more and more colleges weigh the decision to separate their students by color at the behest of the minorities themselves.

This is the liberal agenda in today’s America…

This is the “equality” that the Left CLAIMS they’re for?

If that’s the case…

Somewhere, Dr. King, James Chaney, Addie Mae Chappell, and a host of others are rolling over in their graves.

“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.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.