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WATCH: Michael Jackson Speaks Race & Racism

Michael Jackson Speaks Race & Racism
Photo: Black Panther footage from ‘Black of White’ music video

When it comes to ‘BLACK LIVES MATTER’ it’s MJ’s songs that still shine like a start all over the place to demonstrate what’s MJ message left behind. As he said — “I’m a black American, I am proud of my race. I am proud of who I am. I have a lot of pride and dignity.” This is the story of every black race that lives on the earth.

Michael Jackson was the first black artist who broke the racial barriers and become a world-famous black artist. He was sensitive about the concern of child labor, child abuse, molestation, and human rights. He was also the first artist who open doors for black artists around the world through his music and dance.

His opinion was so strong that he often shared it in his art be it “Black or White” fusion or Black Panther dance or “They don’t care about us” or “Man in the Mirror.” MJ’s purpose was clear to change the world and bring harmony to the world through his work deeds.

A Youtube channel thedetail tried to compile Jackson’s thoughts on race and racism in which MJ showed concern over how black people are being treated and how it should not occur to maintain the peace worldwide. Have a look.

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