The Misappropriation of MLK (feat. Dr. Ibram X. Kendi) – Beyond the Scenes | The Daily Show

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Conservatives in America have a habit of citing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to score a variety of political points. Some have even used his words to undermine antiracist education and critical race theory. In this episode, Dr. Ibram X. Kendi and Daily Show writer Randall Otis join host Roy Wood, Jr. to discuss how conservatives pervert MLK’s words, why he’s so central to America’s civil rights education, and how to properly honor his legacy. #DailyShow #BeyondTheScenes

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