Martin Luther King, Jr.
In this May 17, 1967 file photo, Dr. Martin Luther King speaks at the University of California administration building in Berkeley, Calif. (AP Photo, File)
ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, FEB. 23, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - FILE - In this March 29, 1967 file photo, heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali, left, and Dr. Martin Luther King speak with reporters in Louisville, Ky. King says the sooner this country does away with the draft, the better off we'll be. Ali was here for his court hearing to prevent his Army induction on April 28 in Houston. (AP Photo)
FILE - This Oct. 24, 1966 file photo shows Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Atlanta. Martin Luther King’s children are quarreling over who owns his Nobel Peace Prize and his Bible. Malcolm X’s heirs are suing to block a book deal to publicize his post-Mecca diary, an agreement brokered by one of their siblings. The fight over Rosa Parks’ estate has her valuable mementos stuck in a New York City warehouse. (AP Photo, File)
Martin Luther King giving his address at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington,DC, Aug. 28, 1963.
A million people flocked to the Mall on Aug. 28, 1963 for the March on Washington that was highlighted by the Rev. Martin Luther King's eloquent "I Have a Dream" speech. (ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOGRAPHS)
Arial view of the masses who crowd the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, USA, in their freedom march during the historic speach of Dr. Martin Luther King "I Have A Dream" August 28, 1963. (AP Photo/Str) --- Martin Luther King, Baptist, Buergerrechtler, Marsch der Buergerrechtler auf Washington : King bei seiner historischen Rede "I Have a Dream" am Lincoln Memorial, Blick von oben auf die Teilnehmer am 28. August, 1963. (AP Photo/Str)
Dignitaries including Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton (fifth from right), D.C. Democrat; Christine Chavez (sixth from right,), the granddaughter of Cesar Chavez; Arun Gandhi (fifth from right), the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi; Harry Johnson (right), president and CEO of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Project; and Marc Morial (second from right), president of the National Urban League, lead a candlelight vigil at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)
Kids visit the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on the National Mall. (Rod Lamkey Jr/The Washington Times)