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Trump visits the MLK Memorial in surprise and leaves after about 2 minutes

President Donald Trump made an unannounced trip to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington on Monday. The President did not mention the Civil Rights symbol during the visit, which ended about two minutes after his arrival. "Good morning, everyone," Trump told reporters after placing a wreath in front of the memorial. "It's a great day, it's a beautiful …

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Stevie Wonder joins Twitter and honors MLK with Star Studded Video

Stevie Wonder joined Twitter and his first tweet did not disappoint. On 4 April 1968 at 19:05. central time, dr. King's life was tragically shortened. 50 years later, the fulfillment of his dream is far greater than ever. Share your dream and post your own #DreamStillLive's video. Spreading love … spreading hope. pic.twitter.com/51BaCW78GC – Stevie Wonder (@StevieWonder) April 5, 2018 …

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The Latest: Hundreds gather for MLK march in Memphis

The latest in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. (all local time): 9:05 Hundreds of people gathered in a union headquarters Wednesday morning for a march 50th Anniversary of the Assassination of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at Memphis, Tennessee. Workers in the office of the American Federation of State, County, and …

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The question following the last day of MLK in Memphis

The King has been in a fearful mood all day, and his room reflects his hasty state of mind. His bed remains unmade and his suitcase – with his hairbrush, clothes, a can of magic shave and a copy of his book "Strength to Love" – ​​remains unpacked. When King stands on the balcony, he asks a saxophonist in the …

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Sights and sounds after the MLK shoot remain so alive

I still can not solve it. Even now, fifty years later, I can still hear that huge explosion, a sound as loud as if a bomb had exploded. But it was not a bomb. It was the triggering of a bomber of an assassin, and I still have a clear picture of Martin Luther King Jr. lying on the balcony …

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