On April 4, 1968, a voice of the ages was silenced during a trip to Memphis.
Rather than adding my voice to the thousands who are writing today and pontificating on the monumental influence of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I would like to ask a question:
Where are we, in 2011, in the struggle to end racism?
In my soon-to-be-launched podcast, I intend to do a series on racism in the US and elsewhere; in the meantime, I welcome your comments and perspective -- the more comments, the better idea we'll have of our own collective assessment.
How do you think we're doing?