Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for September 12, 1993
President King: (How do I bring people together? How? Maybe a luau of some kind..) What is it, Campbell? Campbell: I just met with the African-American Student Council, sir... King: Great. A new separatist demand, right? Campbell: Well... King: I don't get it, Campbell. The black students now have separate dorms, fraternities, cafeteria tables, student center, studies program and graduation. After 25 years of intensive, progressive action in pursuit of racial justice at this college, we've managed to produce a fully segregated campus! Sigh...what a legacy I've created...and to think I marched with Dr. King in Selma...so what is it now? Campbell: Um..the kids want their own water fountains.