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Martin Luther King’s Legacy is not Contained to One Day, One Speech or One Idea.
Think about that. Here in Mexico, Martin Luther King might seem far away, beyond what anyone here might think of being capable of. That is where a mind set can change and should change. Martin Luther King, can be seen … Continue reading
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