His contract encouraged him to be controversial. That is why he is back on the air. Either he went back on, or he got paid multi-millions for the buy-out of his contract. Cheaper to put him back on.
For the civil rights movement to latch on to this and portray a strong successful team as "victims" was the real disservice. Anyone think this was in the same ballpark as what early civil rights activitists went through, when the threats made on their lives were real? Jackie Robinson never whined when he was called a lot worse names.
Current activists make their living off of stoking the embers, and have no interest in seeing their pet issue ever resolved. That is why Obama isn't too popular with "the movement". He isn't a victim, just a winner.