“So let us stand in this convention knowing that on some positions; cowardice asks the question, “is it safe?”; expediency asks the question, “is it politic?”; vanity asks the question, “is it popular?”, but conscience asks the question, “is it right?” And on some positions, it is necessary for the moral individual to take a stand that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular; but he must do it because it is right . . . . [W]e will not be harassed, we will not make a butchery of our conscience, we will not be intimidated, and we will be heard.” -Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.