His thought-provoking keynote presentation at the MLK Commemoration Breakfast “Unclaimed Legacy:  Who will lead the next social movement” began with his theory that if King was still living in 2015, his dream would be different than it was in the 1960s.  Equality at restaurant lunch counters and public restrooms aren’t the issues anymore.  Johnson is frustrated by the way America celebrates King’s legacy with speeches and pictures of him on tee shirts, a feel-good way to commemorate someone who was unafraid to examine complex issues