Today the nation is pausing to remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and reflect on the state of his dream. It’s the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, where he delivered the speech that changed the course of U.S. history. Dr. Maya Angelou knew Dr. King, and was part of the struggle. Anderson spoke to her about the state of Dr. King's Dream in 2013, the nation’s economic disparities, and Dr. King's sense of humor. Check out Anderson's extended interview with Dr. Angelou.
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