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Remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Commemorating a solemn anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination, there are quite a few clips and quotes that have been aired on TV, radio and floating through social media.

This particular clip from an interview, however, caught my eye because of all the clips shown over and over, it is highly unlikely that this one has been seen by most people, yet it is so key as it speaks to a lot of the criticisms and lack of understanding for the plight of Blacks in the U.S. and why this plight is so unique from that of others. Truly food for thought.



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