Civil Rights Museum: The legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

A wreath marks the spot where Martin Luther King Jr was killed in April of 1968. The two cars are like the ones that were parked at the hotel that night. This is part of the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tenn. Photo by Jordan

Martin Luther King Jr. fought for racial justice and ended up being killed in the struggle. Who really killed him? Was the FBI involved in a plot? Was he really a womanizer or was that just propaganda? A trip to the National Civil Rights Museum…

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James Jordan

James Jordan

Teller of tales, many of which are actually true. Award-winning journalist, and the William Allen White Award for reporting.

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