Does injustice pose a threat to justice everywhere?
Dr. King in this excerpt states that injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. I do not, however, agree with this statement. There is violence and murders quite frequently in Detroit, Michigan, but I don’t feel that that poses a threat to justice everywhere. It certainly is not a good thing and is quite undesirable, but does injustice in one city really affect the justice of the whole nation? I cannot think of an example that would answer my question and I would be happy for anywhere to explain a real situation and not a hypothetical one where the injustice in any one place really affects justice everywhere.