Sam Pollard

director of “MLK/FBI”

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On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we celebrate one of the nation’s most effective and inspiring leaders.

‘MLK/FBI’ documentary looks at J. Edgar Hoover’s campaign to discredit Martin Luther King Jr.

On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we celebrate one of the nation’s most effective and inspiring leaders.

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