On March 6, 2010, Jesse Jackson marched in Montgomery, Alabama for a protest regarding the most important civil rights issue of today.
That's right, I'm talking about electronic bingo:
Rev. Jesse Jackson leads pro-bingo march in Montgomery
Discrimination against blacks is so hard to find in America today that a professional civil-rights protester such as Jesse Jackson has to fabricate a racial issue where none exists and claim that anti-gambling laws, as applied to electronic bingo machines in hotels, are somehow a vestige of Jim Crow. This demostrates how we are coming closer to achieving Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s dream of a color-blind society yet simultaneously going down the path of increased racialization of society.