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Remembering the 3 Great Evils Martin Luther King Jr. Warned Us About

Racism was just the tip of the iceberg. Let's unpack this

Martin Luther King Jr. addresses a crowd in Roxbury on April 22, 1965, | Photo Credit | Associated Press

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s name has become synonymous with the fight for civil rights in America. Yet, while King spent much of his life fighting against racial segregation and…

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