This documentary is an important reminder of Dr. King's revolutionary idea -- that the best way to effect deep change is through non-violent means. The U.S. should be eternally grateful to him for the example that he has given to all Americans, and everyone around the world, too. We are a much better nation, thanks to him.
At the same time, MLK / FBI shows us how the existing power structure seeks to continue its oppression of certain groups which it deems as dangerous.
Some question which arise: Who is really dangerous here? Who should really be afraid? And how can we work together to reduce our fears of the other "tribe"?