Rev. Al Sharpton: What Is The MLK Superbowl Ad Really About?


2/7/18- Rev. Al Sharpton cleared the air on the controversy surrounding the Superbowl ad that Chrysler made with its trucks using the Martin Luther King Jr. speech.

“If they want to sell trucks Chrysler using King’s speech they should read it first,” said Sharpton. “Not sell King’s voice to have us live in your truck.”

Having been in the Martin Luther King movement and closely worked with him, Sharpton would  be the one to know.



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3 thoughts on “Rev. Al Sharpton: What Is The MLK Superbowl Ad Really About?

  1. hoodtechie on said:

    This is what happens when you sell off your intellectual property in the name of money to a firm. They get to use it anyway they see fit to make a profit. If the king family would have had their act together and kept this all important speech we would not be having this conversation. But know any and everything is for sale in the name of the mighty dollar.smdh, the king family being exploited for profit and not one dollar from Chrysler will go to causes championed by Dr. King.if there’s anyone we channel our anger at it is the king family.

  2. The Truth on said:

    The same way they feel about the flag and what it represent to you,is the same way Black people feel about Dr.Martin Luther King. He gave his life for Our Freedom just like a soldier on the battlefield. This was very insensitive and disrespectful.Shameful.

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