Ida speaks with Paul Bermanzohn about MLK and how he is understood and misunderstood, ahead of the event “King Was A Revolutionary” on Monday via Zoom, presented by the AJ Williams Meyers African Roots Library. Paul Bermanzohn is an activist who was marching against the KKK in Greensboro in 1979 when he was shot - an event that is known as the Greensboro Massacre. Five other protestors were killed, as they were setting up for the protest.
Paul Bermanzohn also speaks about white supremacist groups and his unique perspective on the rioters and insurrection at the Capitol last week. During this live interview, news came through that Trump was impeached for a second time.