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Title: Tribute To Martin Luther King

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Subject: Speeches
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Date: February 24, 2000
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Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on Tuesday , January 15, 1929 in Atlanta Georgia (Nobel Prize). Both his father and grandfather were baptist preachers who have been actively involved in the civil rights movement. (Nobel Prize). Watching his father and grand father preach and being key speakers for aposing racism , this laid the gound work for Dr...

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Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on Tuesday , January 15, 1929 in Atlanta Georgia (Nobel Prize). Both his father and grandfather were baptist preachers who have been actively involved in the civil rights movement. (Nobel Prize). Watching his father and grand father preach and being key speakers for aposing racism , this laid the gound work for Dr...

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