Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would be eighty-two years old this year had he not been assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee in the middle of a campaign for the human rights of sanitation workers.
Volumes have been written about his powerful life and legacy. Innumerable awards and tributes have been paid to this giant for justice. Many often imagine how much more he would have accomplished had he not been killed at such a young age.
I have no doubt that Dr. King, if he were alive today, would be an outspoken critic of the U.S. criminal justice system and a bold and authoritative voice for an end to the death penalty (below are ways you can act to end the death penalty too).
When Dr. King was alive, he addressed the issue directly:
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