Members of Black Lives Matters and the Fight for $15 campaign are holding their first joint action on Tuesday in two dozen cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, Las Vegas and Denver.
King told Denver, "The shape of our world today does not afford our nation the luxury of an anemic democracy."
It seemed that each marcher felt they were channeling Martin Luther King Jr.'s mission in their own way. Though interpretations of his unifying message took different forms, it seemed that everyone shared a vision of hope.
Nearly 50 years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. spoke in the University of Denver Arena while wooden crosses and old cars burned outside.
Nelson’s exaggerated resume came to light during his campaign for a seat in the Colorado House of Representatives.