Hambrick-Jackson talks about Dr. King's legacy

Staff reports
Kathe' Hambrick-Jackson poses with a photo of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at his Prayer Pilgrimage.

Kathe' Hambrick-Jackson, director of the River Road African American Museum in Donaldsonville, explains to a crowd Saturday at True Friends Hall about the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King. She points out that her father was in the picture shown that is called the Prayer Pilgrimage. Residents of Donaldsonville gathered at True Friends Hall to watch a movie in the park in observation of Martin Luther King Day Monday. Photo by Allison Hudson