The never ending battle of who controls Black American culture icons images and legacy continues on. The family of some of America’s greatest civil rights leaders are fighting with each other on who has the right and control over their love ones estates.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s children are in a legal battle of their fathers personal Bible and his Nobel Peace Prize.
Malcolm X’s daughters are suing to block a book deal, signed by one sister, to publish their father’s diary.
Rosa Parks’ valuable mementos, including her Presidential Medal of Freedom and Congressional Gold Medal of Honor, have sat in a New York City warehouse for years because of a protracted battle over her estate.
Gambel and Huff sold there entire music catalog Sony.
So here is our Facebook Question of the day:
Should black history be bought and sold?