Martin Luther King's Legacy Remains Alive as African Americans Grapple with New Challenges

It was 46 years ago today that Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, spoke passionately about his dreams and hopes for equality in the United States. And just a year ago, on this day, President Barack Obama accepted the Democratic Party nomination for the presidency. In a historic election, the son of an immigrant went on to become the first African American president in U.S. history. Today, King's legacy of freedom and justice remains alive and Obama's...Full Story
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