Who owns MLK's legacy? 

The King family 'cannot litigate how people choose to be inspired by him'

KING AND I: The civil rights leader's family returns to court over their father's image and historic speeches

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KING AND I: The civil rights leader's family returns to court over their father's image and historic speeches

The children of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. are no strangers to litigation. For the last few years, the siblings have fought in courtrooms over who should control the image and historic speeches, among other intellectual property, of their father. Last…

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