The panel

Ernie Suggs,@erniesuggs, enterprise reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

John Pruitt, author of “Tell it True” & retired anchor, WSB-TV

Patricia Murphy, @MurphyAJC,  political reporter & columnist, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Tiffany Williams-Roberts, @twrobertslaw, public policy director, Southern Center for Human Rights


The Breakdown: 

1. Biden visits Ebenezer Baptist Church. 

2. Martin Luther King Jr. was arrested at least 29 times protesting segregation, he was also arrested in Georgia. 

Ernie Suggs and Bill Nigut on Dr. King's history of arrests in the South.

3. Framing Dr. King's famous "I Have A Dream" speech, and funeral. 

  • Gospel singer Mahalia Jackson urged King to add the "I Have A Dream" line. 
  • King was assassinated on April 4, 1968, in Memphis, TN.
  • Former WSB anchor John Pruitt reflects on King's funerals.

John Pruitt on Dr. King's funeral.

4. Where do we stand on reaching Dr. Martin Luther King's dream?

  • Tiffany Williams Roberts reflects on how we can remember Dr. King's legacy. 

Tiffany Williams-Roberts on the future of Dr. King's dream.

Tuesday on Political Rewind: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Tamar Hallerman joins the panel.