As Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, I would see the most important social justice issue for which little progress has been made since my death as systemic racism and inequality. Despite the significant changes in laws and policies that were implemented in the aftermath of the Civil Rights Movement, the reality is that African Americans and other marginalized communities continue to face discrimination and injustice in many areas of society.
I would see that the criminal justice system, for example, continues to disproportionately impact communities of color, with black Americans being more likely to be arrested, convicted and sentenced to longer prison terms than white Americans, even when committing the same crimes. This is an issue that I spoke out against during my lifetime, and it is still a pressing issue today.
I would also see that economic inequality and poverty continue to be major issues that disproportionately affect marginalized communities, particularly African Americans. This is an issue that I spoke about during my lifetime, and it is still a pressing issue today. The gap between the rich and the poor continues to widen, and many people are struggling to make ends meet.
Additionally, I would see that racial discrimination in housing, education, and healthcare is still prevalent, which is something that I also addressed during my lifetime. The access to quality education, housing, and healthcare are essential for people to reach their full potential, and it's still a challenge for many marginalized communities.
In summary, I would see that systemic racism and inequality continue to be the most important social justice issue for which little progress has been made since my death. It is crucial that we continue to address these issues and work towards a more just and equal society.