Fifty years after King was assassinated, we review King's lesser known legacy and how it is used against activists today.
In 2002, then-Governor Mark Warner formally apologized to those who had undergone forced sterilizations in the Commonwealth of Virginia over decades in which eugenics laws allowed them. Now, years later, an effort to compensate those who were victim to the practice is funded and underway. We learn how it’s being administered and why finding those affected is such a challenge.
- Marion Greenfield Director of Clinical Quality and Risk Management, Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services
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