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miércoles, 4 de abril de 2018

US civil rights leaders worried Trump could reverse progress made by Martin Luther King Jr

US civil rights leaders worried Trump could reverse progress made by Martin Luther King Jr
- King died from an assassin's bullet in Memphis on April 4 1968, ending his leadership of a non-violent campaign for equal rights for African-Americans. His death shook the US in a year that would also bring race riots, violent anti-war demonstrations, and the assassination of presidential candidate ...

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