A Man for All People
Highlights of His Dream, Our Stories in Honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day
From those who worked alongside Martin Luther King Jr., to those marched with him, participants in the "His Dream, Our Stories: Voices of the Civil Rights Movement" share their memories of the man, the movement, the method of non-violent action and the impact of a man who was for all people. Includes comments from: the Rev. Dr. C.T. Vivian, Civil Rights Activist and Former Lieutenant of Martin Luther King Jr.; Mamie Chalmers, Civil Rights Activist; Charles Black, Chairman, Atlanta Student Movement, 1961-1962 and Former Student of King, Morehouse College; Ambassador Andrew Young, Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations; the Rev. Nicholas Hood, Sr., Minister Emeritus, Plymouth United Church of Christ; Lorraine Powell Johnson, March on Washington attendee; Elaine Turner, civil rights activist; Patricia Patton, Detroit Walk to Freedom attendee; the Rev. William A. Lawson. Former President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Houston Chapter; the Rev. Horace L. Sheffield III, Pastor, New Destiny Christian Fellowship; and the Rev. Wendell Anthony, President, Detroit Branch, NAACP.