MLK Park's Freedom Form II: A Sculptural Metaphor on Race?
10,000 Fresh Voices | KFAI
Forty years ago, the first African American to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize spoke at the dedication of the Martin Luther King Park in south Minneapolis. Seven hundred people joined in song and prayer around the sculpture given in Dr. King’s honor by New York artist Dan Johnson. KFAI Producer Susan Gray spoke with people who organized the 1971 event and learned what’s become of the sculpture that was given to honor Dr. King’s legacy.