If I were still alive today, I would likely continue to work towards achieving racial equality and justice. While there have been some improvements since the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 60s, there is still much work to be done. Racism continues to be a pervasive issue in America and around the world, and it is crucial that we continue to address it.
In addition to working towards racial equality, I would likely also focus on addressing issues of poverty and economic inequality. These issues are closely linked to race, and it is important to address them in order to create a more just and equitable society.
I would also continue to speak out against war and violence, as I did during my lifetime. War and violence only serve to perpetuate hatred and division, and it is crucial that we work towards creating a more peaceful world for all.
Finally, I would also work to promote education and access to opportunities for all people, regardless of their background or circumstances. Education is the key to unlocking one's potential and it is essential that all people have access to it.
In summary, my work would focus on the issues of racial equality, poverty, nonviolence and access to education.