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    Well done Nic Stone.

    This is definitely raw and to the point. What a struggle the main character (Justyce McCallister) lives daily, weekly, and monthly. Certainly a rough row to hoe. My opinion of Dr. King is of overall respect but tinged with disappointment for his human flaw of infidelity. This reflection by way of Justyce's Dr. King diary has given me an added appreciation for the trials and tribulations of young African American men on a constant basis. Sure does make a person wonder how Dr. King was able to contain himself under the constant pressures of hatred.
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