What He Said: Martin Luther King III on His Father's Legacy

"Although he was assassinated before the women's rights, gay rights and environmental movements reached the national stage, there is no question in my mind that my father would have viewed these struggles as battles for justice and equality worthy of his support." -- Martin Luther King III, writing about his father's legacy in "The Washington Post," on the day the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial was dedicated in Washington, D.C.