They were Rev. Alphonso McGlen, pastor of Bethel AME Church; Rev. Catherine Klein, pastor of Unity Church; and Rabbi Eliezer Havivi of Beth David Synagogue.
called the event's topic at "minimum intriguing, at most an entangled issue for many, many reasons.
called the current social climate "a very good watershed moment.
went on to say that based on Dr. King's speeches, he
doesn't believe the slain Civil Rights leader would have a problem with the Tea Party's emergence.
The panel agreed that so much blame is being thrown around regarding the country's economic and social problems.
and Klein placed some of the responsibility on the media.