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Racial integration levels barriers to association, creating equal opportunity regardless of race.
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- Now our struggle is for genuine equality, which means economic equality. For we know now, that it isn't enough to integrate lunch counters. What does it profit a man to be able to eat at an integrated lunch counter if he doesn't have enough money to buy a hamburger?
- Martin Luther King, Jr., Speech in Memphis, Tennessee, March 1968, in The Radical King, p. 249