Your adoration of a man associated with communists is interesting.
Not everything King did was wrong or associated with Communists. He really did believe in the goodness of man and of brotherhood, but like a couple other key figures in American history, he was sandwiched between Soviet operatives and pushed leftward into the Communist Party orbit (Highland School for one. His anti Vietnam speech of 1967, for another. Need to know who wrote it, but it was reported as written in Harry Belafonte’s home, which may open another can of red worms).
Even Ralph Abernath, after a stint with the Soviet propaganda machine of the World Peace Council and other fronts, turned away from them and joined a national anti-communist organization. I got that from its head, a well known American political figure.
King was Greek opera figure of both good deeds and tragedies due to personal flaws.
If you understand this, then you will begin to understand the complexities of the man and how he was exploited by the Reds. It happened to Oppenheimer, Einstein, and even Eleanor Roosevelt until the Congress/FBI told her the truth about some of her associations, which she publicly dropped and denounced as Communist fronts.
Welcome to the wonderful world of subversion, which leads today, right to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, DC.