How Dr. King Affected Housing in Chicago - NBC Chicago

    How Dr. King Affected Housing in Chicago

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. moved to Chicago in 1966 to spotlight housing conditions for African Americans. He led marches through all white neighborhoods. NBC 5’s LeeAnn Trotter spoke with people who were by his side. (Published Wednesday, Aug 28, 2013) Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. moved to Chicago in 1966 to spotlight housing conditions for African Americans. He led marches through all white... See More