rev. jesse jackson
The marker is the first of a series of commemorations leading up to the 50th anniversary of King's assassination.
Rev. Jesse Jackson faced doubts and death threats when he ran for the White House. He also inspired some notable young politicians.
The reverend claimed he knew nothing about Jean-Marie Le Pen before they met over the weekend.
The last thing Obama's final roasting didn't need to end on is associating him with the n-word - even as an act of thanks and brotherly love.
The amendment that made formerly enslaved Africans American citizens on paper also served to rob them of the opportunity
I remember it rather vividly. I remember I was asked for a response, and my response was that Rodney King was the victim