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MLK Jr.'s Legacy And Today's Civil Rights Leaders

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Host Michel Martin continues her conversation about the legacy of MLK Jr. and today's social justice issues. She speaks with Kai Wright of Colorlines.com, Viviana Hurtado of 'The Wise Latina Club,' civil rights attorney Arsalan Iftikhar, and R. Clarke Cooper of Log Cabin Republicans, an organization for gay members of the GOP.
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