The Congressional Black Caucus Honors a Civil Rights Legend

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Rep Emanuel Cleaver (Missouri)

The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial is a reminder of Marian Anderson, when she was denied access to Constitution Hall by the Daughters of the American Revolution, and it is a reminder of days gone by when an assemblage of 300,000 African-Americans began to reshape public opinion after King’s ‘I Have a Dream’ speech. Dr. King is responsible for me being here in Congress in more ways than one.

(Photo: Courtesy United States Gov)

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