CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux is reporting from the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC, where activists are gathered to commemorate the 57th anniversary of the March on Washington.
She told CNN's Kate Bolduan that she spoke to Martin Luther King III about what his father, Martin Luther King Jr., would think about today’s march.
“He says his father would be proud of the people who have come here, who are fighting for justice, but he would also be very sad that we're still at this place where our society is so broken," she said.
Malveaux said she also asked Luther King III what keeps him up at night.
"He said it's the fact that his 12-year-old daughter has already asked him the question, 'why do we still have to do this? I thought granddaddy had put this to bed, put this to rest,' and he says it's because we have to. We have to continue this fight."