Stevie Wonder pens letter to MLK, seeks federal 'Truth Commission' to address inequality

Stevie Wonder said Monday he is calling on the incoming presidential administration to launch a “Truth Commission” to examine racial injustice. In what he called “An Open Letter to Dr. King” — released on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a tradition Wonder helped establish — the iconic music star said he is “physically sick” by the “lack of progress” since the holiday was formalized in the 1980s. “I am calling on President (Joe) Biden and Vice President (Kamala) Harris to launch a formal, government investigation to establish the truth of inequality in this country,” Wonder wrote in the letter, whi…

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