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Family Of Martin Luther King Jr. March Across Washington Bridge For Voting Rights

The family of Martin Luther King Jr. led a "Peace March" Monday morning across Washington, D.C.'s new Frederick Douglass bridge, calling for the passage of voting rights reform legislation, now stalled in the United States Senate. Monday would have been the 93rd birthday of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., who was just 39 when he was assassinated in 1968 while helping sanitation workers strike for better pay and workplace safety in Memphis, Tennessee.

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