Cover Story A new generation takes up Martin Luther King Jr.'s torch (+video)

Fifty years after King's March on Washington, young civil rights activists push dreams of their own.

By , Correspondent

AP

Rosanna Rizo clutches her iPhone, searching Florida Gov. Rick Scott's office for a place to sit. Every spot is occupied, from the palm tree-embossed chairs to the gold-colored couch. Finally, she drops to the floor and squeezes beside friends Giovanni Rocco and Issis Alvarez, making sure to keep her toes behind the yellow tape that zigzags across the forest green carpet.