Ernest Withers knew Dr. Martin Luthor King. He photographed him on several occasions including the Garbage Workers Strike and the subsequent "I Have a Dream Speech." The day I met Dr. Withers, he took me on a whirlwind tour of Memphis which resulted in this and many other pictures. He catapulted me into the funeral home where many years before Dr. King laid in state. Ernest marched me up front put his hands on my shoulders and said, "This is where I stood when I took that picture." At one point, he took me into a pizza parlor to show me where he was when he heard the news about JFK.