Anthony Mackie Reveals Feelings On Social Change After Standing On Balcony Where MLK Jr. Was Assassinated For The Banker

Anthony Mackie’s memory of being at the Lorraine hotel definitely strikes a nerve, and his sobering thought of how society is still dealing with the same problems today is especially poignant. There’s still plenty of work to be done, but we can, at least, find a bit of solace in the fact that some progress is being made and people are looking to educate themselves.

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