Martin Luther King's Last Campaign for Equality, Dr. Michael Honey on Fresh Air with Terry Gross

April 4, 2008
Radio segment (21:14)

Martin Luther King Jr. was in Memphis in 1968 rallying for fair treatment and pay of African-American sanitation workers when he was assassinated. American history professor Michael Honey joins Fresh Air to discuss his book on the labor campaign King was leading at the time of his death.