Who I really respect is Rodney King. Her was personally attacked by racists, and those racists were let off the hook. It wasn't just his ancestors who were brutalized. However, when the LA riots happened, he responded with the eloquent, "Can't we all just get along?" That was so simple, yet so moving and so true. He was saying he didn't want anyone else of any color to get hurt. He knew the beating of Reginald Denny was not justified payback for what happened to him. It was simply an additional injustice. Yes, the '92 LA riots didn't happen in a vacuum. You'd better believe there was a long and ugly history that lead to them. However, in spite of all that, King had the wisdom to understand that additional injustice was not the answer. Anti-white racism is not the antidote to anti-black racism. The antidote is for everyone to make an honest effort to get along and to set things up so that everyone has a chance at a good life. You give everyone a chance to prosper and you don't accept excuses for any kind of racism.