Rev. Otis Moss, Jr.: King's "Faith to Believe"

The Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, Jr., talks about his most profound memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. -- King's "faith to believe" as he waited, far from friends and family, in a prison's solitary confinement cell. Learn more about Otis Moss Jr.

 

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