MLK Jr.'s son hopes to carry on legacy for children

11Alive's DeMarco Morgan is in Washington DC this week for the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington. He's telling the stories of the Atlantans remembering the historic march. He'll be sharing the stories of 50 Years of Change: Share the Journey all week on 11Alive and

WASHINGTON, DC -- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s son is remembering his dad's historic "I have a dream" speech, 50 years after the historic march on Washington.

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Martin Luther King III was five when his dad gave that speech. He's now written a children's book called "My Daddy, Martin Luther King Jr."

He says his goal is to share the life lessons of the civil rights era with every child, including his 5-year-old daughter. King III says it's a lesson of non-violence.

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