INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — For just a few moments, let’s take a walk in history through the eyes of an Indianapolis reverend who was up-front with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
It was the late 1960s, the Civil Rights Act had just been passed, but segregation and racism, were still rampant.
Indianapolis reverend Mel Jackson had just met Dr. King and what happened next changed Jackson’s life to this day.
It was Chicago, 1964. A young Mel Jackson was training with American community organizer,