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C-SPAN: Dr. Martin Luther King’s Legacy and Race Relations Today

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Bernard Center president & CEO and MSNBC Political Analyst Michelle D. Bernard on CSPAN’s Washington Journal to discuss Dr. King’s legacy and race relations today (August 28, 2011).

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