Alveda King, Ph.D., daughter of the late Rev. A.D. King and niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is calling for a boycott of the abortion industry as she participates in Fox News personality Glenn Beck’s rally on the National Mall this weekend.

On the 47th anniversary of the Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, many Black leaders are accusing Beck and those involved in his “Restoring Honor” rally of dishonoring Dr. King’s legacy of civil rights advocacy.

“The Tea Party and allied conservatives are trying to break that national stance on justice and, in turn, break the crux of what the civil rights movement symbolized and what Dr King fought and literally died for,” said activist Al Sharpton said in a statement.

However, Alveda King vehemently disagrees with that and says it is wrong to suggest that she’s dishonoring the legacy.

“It is absolutely ludicrous that abortion supporters would accuse a blood relative of Dr. King of hijacking the King legacy,” she said in a statement. “Uncle Martin and my father, Rev. A. D. King were blood brothers. How can I hijack something that belongs to me? I am an heir to the King Family legacy.”

King will not be the only Black activist attending Beck’s rally. Catherine Davis, founding member of the Black pro-life movement, says there’s nothing wrong with them going there and expressing their beliefs just as Dr. King did 47 years ago.

“I grew up understanding that the King family fought for my right to equality, even as they fought, bled and died for my right to life, free of government sanctioned lynching, restraints, and KKK threats,” Davis said in a statement. “To believe that they would now stand for the destruction of life in the womb screams against the legacy these great men left for us all.”

Sharpton told the Associate Press he doesn’t accept that approach. Blacks appearing with Beck ” have the right to rally. But what they don’t have the right to do is distort what Dr. King’s dream was about.”