Jeffries: Fighting for Educational Equity in Martin Luther King’s Name Means Battling White Supremacy — And Facing the Consequences

Martin Luther King stands with Rosa Parks at dinner given in her honor during Southern Christian Leadership Conference convention held in a previously segregated hotel. Parks sparked the Montgomery bus boycott in 1956 that brought King his first national prominence in the civil rights movement. (Photo credit: Getty Images)

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