Martin Luther King Jr. - "Maladjusted" - Visualmyth

“There are some things concerning which we must always be maladjusted if we are to be people of good will. We must never adjust ourselves to racial discrimination and racial segregation. We must never adjust ourselves to religious bigotry. We must never adjust ourselves to economic conditions that take necessities from the many to give luxuries to the few and leave millions of God's children smothering in a cage of poverty in the midst of an affluent society. Martin Luther King Jr.          
Martin Luther King Jr. excerpt from his speech to the American Psychological Association, 1967. Robert Johnson, If I Had Possession Over Judgment Day ,1936 (excerpt). Patrick Burke, Visualmyth. 
Since the 1948 launch of the OAS, the United States has been bound by the terms of the Inter-American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man, known as the Bogotá Declaration. The most significant human rights document up to that time (the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights came shortly thereafter), it obliged the states of the Americas to protect “the right to life, liberty and the security” of every human being, to give protection to families and to grant “all children … the right to special protection, care and aid.” Todd N. Tucker, How Mexico Could Force America’s Hand on Immigrants.