“He would think we’ve made a little progress, but there still is a lot of killing going on. … It’s Black on Black killing between young folks. I think he’d be disappointed in that.”
“There’s been progress, but I think that he would think that we need to hit the ground running a little bit harder to be more unified to support our own like the other cultures do.”
“He’d probably think that we would be more together than we are. He’d be disappointed with the crime rate and drug abuse.”
“That there’s no one at the helm who is trusted and respected throughout the communities just as he was. The way he mobilized, we don’t have that character of a man or woman.”
Compiled by Cynthia Gibson in South Los Angeles.