“The opportunity of a lifetime. . .”
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s attorney, and confidant, Clarence Jones was a client who dreamed of telling the story of his work with Dr. King during the Civil Rights Movement. He worked with Dream Development during his 75th to 77th birthdays. resulting in a Vanity Fair Profile, his professorship at Stanford University, and the publication of his book, “What Would Martin Say?”.
“Dear Sonya, You are a part of that successor generation that Martin Luther King, Jr. worked and died for. Thank you for your assistance and support in my efforts to elevate his legacy.” Clarence