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Fifty years after the March on Washington, King's dream of jobs and freedom still eludes us 

Willietta Dukes was in D.C. over the weekend celebrating the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. "It was amazing," she said. "It was liberating for me" to see so many people fired up for civil rights and equality in America. This…

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Thanks Bob for the passion and ideas delivered in style. Glad you'll still be occasionally writing articles in the future.

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