He fought for equality, and even more importantly he stood for the right of all persons to live, born or unborn.
On January 17, 2000, Martin Luther King Jr.s niece, Alveda King, spoke at a pro-life meeting at Faneuil Hall of Boston University. She said:
"What would Martin Luther King say if he saw the skulls of babies at the bottom of abortion pits? If Martin Luther King's dream is to live, our babies must live. We have been fueled by the fires of women's rights. What about the rights of the baby who is artifically breached. We can't sit idly by and allow legal murder." (Martin Luther King's Niece Supports Right To Life, Boston University Daily Free Press, 18 January 2000, p.1)Abortion, Alveda stated, "has done what the Klan could only dream of".
Think about it. In YOUR city, what is the racial makeup of the neighborhoods that the abortion clinics are located in?