TBW Editor-in-Chief Dr. Nsenga Burton (r) talks MLK legacy with Dr. Joycelyn Wilson (middle), host Rose Scott (l) and Ryan Roemerman (not pictured). (Photo: TBW)
Dr. Burton, Dr. Wilson, Rose Scott and Ryan Roemerman (not pictured) at WABE. (Photo: TBW)

The Burton Wire‘s founder & editor-in-chief Nsenga K. Burton, Ph.D. appeared today on WABE 90.1 FM’s  “Closer Look with Rose Scott,” to discuss the impact of Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy on today’s issues. Joining Dr. Burton for the discussion with Scott was Dr. Joycelyn Wilson, Visiting Professor of Literature, Media and Communication at Georgia Tech and Ryan Roemerman, Executive Director of the LGBT Institute of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. Additional guests for the day,  which also marked 50 years since the assassination of Dr. King included Professor IIlya Davis, Professor of Philosophy and African American studies at Morehouse College and Doug Shipman, Kingian scholar and President and CEO of the Woodruff Arts Center.

To hear the discussion, click here.

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