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Brother Had A Dream, Too

Remembering A.D. King’s Message to the Movement

A.D. King at a Birmingham, Alabama press conference in 1963 | Photo Courtesy of ABC3340 News

Comedic legend, Eddie Murphy once said of his late brother, Charlie Murphy: “He is my best impression.” Charlie Murphy, who was influential in his own right, died at the age of 57 from leukemia. Charlie Murphy once said of Eddie:




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