Fifty years ago today, Dr. Martin Luther King gave the I Have a Dream Speech, the defining event of the civil rights movement. We’ll hear from individuals who have been inspired by the event, and one man that has performed a pitch-perfect imitation of Dr. King and his historic speech for the past thirty years. And the debate over prison overcrowding and solitary confinement is still continuing with neither side looking like they will back down. We’ll try and have a better understanding about the issues with a roundtable discussion with Michael Montgomery from the Center for Investigative Reporting, Sharon Dolovich, professor of law at UCLA and Boris Jimenez, a Los Angeles resident and former prison inmate. And then we’ll look into the plight of the wild horses in Montana, and why officials may have to start killing them.