In the wake of watching the horrors in Charlottesville, Virginia play out on our televisions, many comedians became our commentators. Our collective conscience. It brought to mind one of my all-time favorite comedy albums. Dick Gregory at Kent State. But of course Dick Gregory was more than a comedian.
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Comedian Dick Gregory, who died Saturday at 84, was one of the most successful black comedians working at the intersection of comedy and the civil rights struggle. When Gregory fasted for 70 days in , living off a gallon of water per day, his goal was to raise awareness about civil rights. He put his body on the line in the name of the culture while bringing awareness to food scarcity, health disparities and hunger.
When Drucker took the stage Monday as part of the 45th annual commemoration of the shooting, which also left nine students injured, he pulled out his own big black-and-white photo and placed it in front of the other one. He recalled a caring and honest young man who felt compelled to attend the anti-war protest that day. Drucker was one of many speakers and musical acts at the commemoration, attended by hundreds of people gathered to pay tribute to Miller, Allison Krause, Sandra Scheuer and William Schroeder, along with students killed and injured at a protest a little more than a week later at Jackson State College in Mississippi. Several of the speakers, including Rita Rubin-Long and Laurel Krause, complained that no one has been held accountable for the Kent State killings and injuries. Those comments drew applause.