Fifty years ago today, the world lost an icon of the civil rights movement.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and killed in Memphis, Tennessee.
His message is still the driving force in conversations about racism in our country—and the country still shines a light on his legacy.
We posed this question to some people on the street, do we need another leader like MLK to advance race relations going forward?
On the Factor is University of Houston Downtown professor and author Dr. Jonathan Chism.