在马丁·路德·金的论文“从信伯明翰监狱”他让声称;“这是一个历史事实，特权集团很少会放弃他们的特权自愿。个人可以看到道德轻，自愿放弃谁是他们的不公正的姿势，但是......团体往往不是个人，”（第12段）更不道德。这意味着，那些谁来自特权群体往往不放弃他们的特权。这是完全正确的，因此也是为什么我跟他的发言资格。国王生活在20世纪60年代，是一个反种族隔离活动家。此外，他是神职人员的成员，在我们的美国历史上非常有影响力的成员。在20世纪60年代黑人和白人在他们所做的一切分离，从学校教育到洗手间和饮水机的所有道路。它是为被压迫的黑人一个不公平和不公正的时间。这就是为什么国王在监狱开始，而也正是他写给他的信中回应了牧师。 King's statement about how the privileged are not quick to give up their privileges is evident throughout our history. When the slaves in America were enslaved the white slaveholders who were clearly privileged were not quick to give up their ownership over theses people, in fact they even went to war over this issue. The Germans, in Nazi Germany were not quick to revolt against the Nazi's because their power allowed them even greater privileges. In fact, I would argue that those who are a part of a privileged group will even advocate towards immoral actions to greater their privileges. Personally speaking as a competitive dancer I have seen an example of this first hand. The more money you put into the sport it is evident that you get out more. And the dancers' parents who put in more money expect more, even if their child is completely un-talented. These dancers whom are clearly privileged when asked if they will trade a front line in a dance for...