For some that was not good enough:
"The Rev. Louis Coleman, director of the Justice Resource Center, applauded state leaders for the honor, but said Louisville 'has a moral responsibility' to pay King a similar honor as many cities have done."
I have incredible respect for Rev. Louis Coleman. I agree with him more times than not. He's been the general of the Black Freedom Struggle in Louisville for decades. He's done more for social justice than most will know or appreciate.
However, let it go.
Should city leaders have named a street after Dr. King decades ago --- yes. Would this be a priority on the list of a living Dr. King --- no. By continually submitting King's legacy to a series of parks, streets, memorials and postage stamps with messianic fervor (dare I say, Passion of Dr. King) we're losing the substance and sight of incredible disparities. C'mon Rev. Coleman, don't fall into the trap of becoming a caricature.