Morris Dees, a lawyer and major foe of the Aryan Nations in the North Idaho hate group's heyday, said Tuesday at the University of Idaho that the work of fighting for equality continues on fronts such as U.S. immigration, health care and public education. "There are millions among us who find neither opportunity nor justice," Dees said, speaking to a full ballroom inside the Student Union Building on the university campus. Reflecting back on Martin Luther King Jr.'s success decades earlier, Dees said, "I don't think Dr. King intended for his dream to be a static thing." Dees said the "march for justice" continues on numerous issues/David Cole, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here. (Lewiston Tribune photo, of Morris Dees)
Question: Do you think the fight against discrimination is over in North Idaho?