‘Even With A Nobel Prize MLK Was Still Not Very Popular’ – Ambassador Andrew Young

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Roland Martin talks to Ambassador Andrew Young about the controversy surrounding the film ‘Selma’ and its portrayal of President Lyndon B. Johnson.

“I told Ava Duvernay that anything we do good…When you get to be about 85, you can’t be sure sometimes. I was in the meeting, the summer we came back from Norway after the Nobel Prize. Malcolm paid his respect. He said, ‘I want you to know I’m not against you’,” Young said.

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