Efforts to Erase MLK’s Legacy Continue Today

Holidays to commemorate the Confederacy and constant misquoting are evidence of efforts to sanitize Dr. King’s true legacy

Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking against the Vietnam War, St. Paul Campus, University of Minnesota | Courtesy of the Minnesota Historical Society | Creative Commons

We see it every year. People who’ve never read Martin Luther King Jr. or listened to any of his sermons or speeches in their entirety remind us of the Dr. King they like to remember…

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Arturo Dominguez

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Freelance Advocacy Journalist: Politics, Race, Extremism, Disinformation | Editor: The Antagonist Magazine | Bylines: Latino Rebels, Momentum, GEN, more | #WEOC

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