Monday, January 17, 2011

Whitewashing Martin Luther King

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. died while planning the Poor Peoples' March, where he was to lead thousands of poor Americans of all races to Washington DC to demand economic justice. He believed in non-violence, radical pacifism. So why can't we get his legacy right? Georgetown University's Christopher Chambers weighs in.

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