Martin Luther King: 'A riot is the language of the unheard'
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We look at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch which says that the phrase that has become ubiquitous in Ferguson is: "We have got to see that a riot is the language of the unheard". Those words were spoken by Dr. Martin Luther King in 1966 as race riots swept across the US. We look, too, at the Ebola crisis after looters in Liberia stole infected items from a clinic and released infected people, saying: "There is no Ebola in Liberia!" Finally, would you want to be a Doctor of Chocolate? Join us.