We begin a week of conversations with leaders who have helped spark change.
Today, we speak with Arun Ghandi, the grandson of Mahatma Ghandi. He traces his ideas about change to his anger as a child when he faced bullies and racism. His grandfather taught him how to channel his anger into change.
We then turn to Dorothy Cotton, one of Martin Luther King's close aides at the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Dorothy Cotton also had a galvanizing childhood experience that shaped her commitment to bringing change to America. Cotton's says that the movement had an energy and power that swept her up.