Martin Luther King III was 10 years old when his father was assassinated on April 4, 1968. Six years later, Martin’s paternal grandmother was killed while playing the church organ. Young Martin could have spent his life living in fear—had it not been for the example of his elders. Find out in the upcoming CEA Voice more about what the MLK Awards Banquet keynoter had to say about his life and the future of our country as we honored his father’s legacy.
He learned the message of love
January 17, 2016