The Day I met Martin Luther King, Jr.
Every year about this time, I remember the day I walked into the office of the Montgomery Improvement Association and shook hands with Dr. King. It was of no consequence to the Movement but it was a pivotal moment in my life. I share it with the hope that all of us can take the continuing struggle for universal civil rights personally, in our own way.
The first African-American enrolls in Auburn University
Nearly thirty years after I met Harold Franklin as he registered as a student at Auburn, we met and recalled those tumultuous times.