Stone Mountain, a Georgia landmark mentioned in the Rev. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, sports a large carving of Confederate heroes. A proposal to honor King at the park has drawn the ire of the Georgia division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, who say the site must remain a Confederates-only memorial.
Stone Mountain, a Georgia landmark mentioned in the Rev. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, sports a large carving of Confederate heroes. A proposal to honor King at the park has drawn the ire of the Georgia division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, who say the site must remain a Confederates-only memorial. Kevin D. Liles The New York Times
Stone Mountain, a Georgia landmark mentioned in the Rev. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, sports a large carving of Confederate heroes. A proposal to honor King at the park has drawn the ire of the Georgia division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, who say the site must remain a Confederates-only memorial. Kevin D. Liles The New York Times

Proposed tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. sparks furor

October 22, 2015 07:50 PM