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The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 21, 1994 - 7
ormer Black Panther shows students different view of MLK
Civil Rights activist Rasul Mohammed details goals, ideals of King's socialist, economic teachings during on-campus speech

By SAM DUDEK
FOR THE DAILY
The Black Student Union continued its
celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birth-
day, with a speech last night by former Black
Panther Rasul Mohammed at Hale Audito-
rium.
With incense filling the Business school
auditorium, Mohammed spoke of the "real
Dr. King" and his hopes for America in the
late 1960s.
Mohammed was imprisoned in 1971 as
part of the FBI'sCointel Program. He claimed

the program's main objective was to termi-
nate equal rights leaders before any major
civil uprising occurred.
During his stay in prison, which ended in
November of 1992, he studied the writings of
Martin Luther King Jr., and found that the
public is not well informed about King's
beliefs at the time of his death in 1968.
"(The media) takes Dr. King in 1963 and
they assassinate him right there," Mohammed
said. "They kill him right there on the steps of
the Lincoln Memorial."
He said today people have an image of a

,

"watered down, 'I have a dream' King of
1963."
"King did not just have a dream,"
Mohammed added. "He had a plan. A plan for
Black America."
Reading quotes from King's writings,
Mohammed detailed the plan.
He told of a more radical King, who be-
lieved civil disobedience was the key to attain
racial equality.
He also discussed King's plans to "disrupt
our cities" in the fight for integration;"(King)
knew that non-violence wasn't working any-
ADS

more."
But he also added that King was too wise
to resort to violence because of the negative
effect it would have on his movement.
Mohammed spoke of King's demands for
compensation for the suppression of the Black
community and read excerpts from King's
writings about his economic plans for equal-
ity. These included a guaranteed income for
Blacks who were unable to find work.
Mohammed added that many people be-
lieve King was killed because these socialist
beliefs threatened the stability of the govern-

ment.
After concluding, Mohammed took ques-
tions from an eager audience. He joked and
told stories of his childhood, along with re-
counting his personal experiences during the
civil rights movement.
"He's a dynamic speaker," said Tiffany
McLean, an LSA senior. "I really appreciated
him taking the time to speak to us, as a group
of students, because it would be up to us,
especially in the Black community, to re-
member him."

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