The Atlantic - by Michael J. Crosbie
The design vision was strong, and the artist accomplished, but a couple of key changes were made between conception and execution.
An interesting take on what can happen during the process of creating art. Having the best intentions it seems as though the design team lost their way and completed something much different than what was originally envisioned, to the detriment of Martin Luther King's legacy. At the time of this posting there is an effort underway to fix some of the mistakes Michael Crosbie points out in his article. The first thing being addressed is to somehow include excerpts from the "I Have A Dream" speech that was remarkably omitted from the memorial.
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial website
National Mall website