I was driving to a school meeting tonight listening to Fresh Air on NPR. Speakers on the show were reminiscing about Bobby Kennedy who was killed on June 5, 1968. His son Max told the story of how in April of that year, his father went into the poorest area of Indianapolis and broke the news of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. The police had refused to follow him. He stood up and spoke with no notes. In over a hundred cities across the country, riots broke out that night. Not in Indianapolis. Take a look and see why they didn't and what we lost those four decades ago.