"They had a token white guy," she said, "instead of a token black guy."
It's true, though.
Aretha Franklin with her spectacular, COGIC-style hat.
Elizabeth Alexander's tight "Praise for the Day" that plainly said, "Say it plain, that many have died for this day."
And Rev. Joseph Lowery going a little street at the end, old-man street, when he asked God to bring the day when "black will not be asked to get in back. When brown can stick around. When yellow will be mellow. When the red man can get ahead, man. And when white will embrace what is right."
And, of course, the call and response, to end it all:
"That all those who do justice and love mercy say Amen."