The pandemic has limited opportunities for people around the country to visit important museums and educational centers that share the lives and enduring legacies of Civil Rights visionaries. That’s why A global company found a way to use your smartphone and augmented reality to give all of us a powerful history lesson in our own neighborhood. With this new technology you can scan any MLK street to watch Dr. Martin Luther King give his speech right in front of your eyes.
Calvin J. Crosslin, Chief Diversity Officer and President, The Lenovo Foundation joins us today to tell us more about the new way to explore MLK's impact on our community.
Visit MLKonMLK.com to find out how you can participate.