Aamer Madhani, USA TODAY 4/4/18
|Dr. Martin Luther King|
Nearly 50 years after the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, his protégé Jesse Jackson ticks off a list of the many ways in which the civil rights leader’s push for people to reach what he called the "mountaintop" — a final plateau of racial and economic harmony — continues to be a struggle.
White supremacists, Jackson said, are boldly and more frequently espousing their racist views in the aftermath of President Trump taking office.