By Clint Confehr

MEMPHIS, TN — Among those carrying Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s philosophy is Mosal Morszart.

The Memphis-based artist marched in the annual commemoration of the “I Am A Man” demonstration with hundreds of others.

Memphis artist Mosal Morszart holds a sign from the annual I Am A Man March. Photo by Clint Confehr

“There had to be at least 300 people” who revere Dr. King’s legacy.

“It was a reenactment of the original photo by Bill Withers,” whose iconic pictures of the Civil Rights movement are on display at the Withers Collection Museum & Gallery on Beale Street, Morszart said, acknowledging Nashville’s Lower Broad Street row of honky tonks has eclipsed Beale Street.

Clint Confehr

Clint Confehr — an American journalist since 1972 — first wrote for The Tennessee Tribune in 1999. His news writing and photography in South Central Tennessee and the Nashville Metropolitan Statistical...