Leid Stories Stories and news that affect us all

April 4, 2019  

A year before he was assassinated (April 4, 1968) in  Memphis, Tenn.--where he had gone on 1968 to marshal support for sanitation  workers on strike for better pay and safer working conditions--Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a wide-ranging interview with NBC News discussed the burgeoning civil-rights struggle, the role and responsibilities of leadership and the prospects for Black progress.

Leid Stories asks: Based on King's criteria and vision, how do we measure up as professed agents of change?

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