Apr 05, 2021

From MLK Jr. to Black Lives Matter: America’s ‘racial reckoning’

PBS NewsHour

Today marks the 53rd anniversary of the assassination of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. In a year marred by continuing struggles for racial equality and justice, many of the issues that drove Dr. King are still prevalent today. Rev. Lawrence Turner of the Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church in Memphis, TN joins to discuss King’s legacy and today’s fight against poverty and racial injustice.

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