Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Granddaughter Wants To 'Finish What He Couldn't Finish'
Nashville resident Shawn Dromgoole wanted to walk in his own neighborhood, but he was paralyzed with fear after thinking about the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery and other Black men. To ease his fears, his mother offered to walk with him so he wouldn’t be alone. Not long after, Shawn had hundreds of people joining him on his walk in a show of support. Kelly Clarkson chats with Shawn and his mother about starting the #WeWalkWithShawn movement and how they intend to bring it to communities across the country.