Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speaks at the University of California administration building in Berkeley, Calif. Fifty years ago, King asked Americans, “Where do we go from here?” His warning of chaos or community squarely confronted racism, and marked a shift from his emphasis on nonviolence to a demand for full economic and political equality.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speaks at the University of California administration building in Berkeley, Calif. Fifty years ago, King asked Americans, “Where do we go from here?” His warning of chaos or community squarely confronted racism, and marked a shift from his emphasis on nonviolence to a demand for full economic and political equality. AP, file
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speaks at the University of California administration building in Berkeley, Calif. Fifty years ago, King asked Americans, “Where do we go from here?” His warning of chaos or community squarely confronted racism, and marked a shift from his emphasis on nonviolence to a demand for full economic and political equality. AP, file