We wanted to find out is what's it like to be named Martin Luther King, when you are not, in fact, the civil rights leader or one of his descendants? We speak with three very different men who are all named after Martin Luther King, Jr.
Over the weekend, we learned that Ernest Withers, a civil rights-era photojournalist, may have used his access to sell information to the FBI, perceived enemies of the movement's leaders. How does this new information change our perception his work?
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