Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy means many things, to many people. While out taping our weekly radio show at Carter's Barbershop in North Lawndale last Friday, The Chicago Reporter spoke with guests, hosts, producers and listeners about King's legacy and what it means to them.
Richard Steele, host and correspondent for WBEZ:
Bert Downing, owner of Carter's Barbershop, home of the Reporter's weekly radio show:
Kimbriell Kelly, editor and interim publisher of The Chicago Reporter:
Shirley Johnson, program director at the Metropolitan Tenant's Organization:
Sarah Lu, producer at Vocalo:
Rebecca McDannald, volunteer and hotline supervisor at the Metropolitan Tenant's Organization:
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