What We're Still Getting Wrong About Martin Luther King Jr.'s Teachings and Legacy

For many, Civil Rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. is still best known for his “I Have A Dream” speech at the 1963 March on Washington. But Emory University’s political science professor Andra Gillespie says Dr. King's legacy is more complex and significant than those inspirational words. She joined LX News to talk about the uncomfortable conversations Americans still need to have about race and justice in order to honor his legacy.