Civil Rights in Columbia

January 18, 2016 3:56 PM

What would Martin Luther King Jr. think of the America of 2016?

Activists, historians, politicians and others offer answers

What would cheer him: African-American president, activists still fighting for equality

What would disappoint: The poverty, the violence, and persistent biases against minorities

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