April 5, 1968:  City Councilor Thomas Atkins, left, and Boston Mayor Kevin White, right, spoke with entertainer James Brown at the Boston Garden. It was one day after the assassination of  King and there was concern that the James Brown concert at the Boston Garden could create further unrest in the city. A decision was made to televise the concert so that Brown could be widely heard and yet the assembly of a large crowd could be avoided. During the introduction of Mayor White, Brown interjected saying,