The idealized version of Dr. King buries the injustices that he fought against, most of which remain today.
Author: James M. Sutton
James Sutton (M.Div, Beeson Divinity School) works at The Dannon Project as a mentor coordinator and counselor for the formerly incarcerated. He is also an instructor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham in the African American Studies Department. He and his wife Marie have been married for 15 years. They have two children and live in Homewood, Alabama. You can follow James on twitter @Jsutton05.