“I Am A Man” Photo Comes to Washington, D.C.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. went to Memphis twice in 1968, to assist the city’s striking sanitation workers. On his first visit, a demonstration turned violent and he vowed to return to help them do it right. Tragically, on his second visit, he was killed. The campaign in Memphis became known as the “I AmContinue reading ““I Am A Man” Photo Comes to Washington, D.C.”