Jalen Rose listens to attorney and activist Angela Rye make her case

When it comes to sports, there's always a discussion regarding when parents first introduced their children to the game

Like with many professional sportsmen, there is photographic evidence of them as children holding a football, baseball, or basketball.

Their future can virtually be predicted by looking at their baby photographs.

My "Renaissance Man" guest is an attorney who has political involvement in her blood — and the photo to prove it.

Angela Rye, a Seattle native and political analyst, can be found on ESPN, "The Breakfast Club," or YouTube, where she does black history pieces and quizzes.

She shared a photo of herself as a youngster marching for Martin Luther King Jr. Day to be declared a federal holiday.

"My father has some extremely deep spiritual connection to Dr. King and his beliefs," Rye explained.

So there are a number of things he's done in Seattle, from changing the name of a street to having King County renamed Martin Luther King County

So there are a number of things he's done in Seattle, from changing the name of a street to having King County renamed Martin Luther King County

organising that particular march and activity to obtain that federal holiday.

I believe it's extremely special to have something like that, because it means you know it's in your blood

She knew she wanted to be a lawyer since she was a child. She scribbled it in her Cabbage Patch scrapbook as well.