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What does detailed map of racial data tell us?

An amazingly detailed new map shows the location and race of every single U.S. citizen in 2010. It’s especially fascinating as we reflect on Martin Luther King Jr.’s legendary speech of 50 years ago. On the map, a detail of … Continue reading

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King’s moving plea and the American Dream

  On August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered an electrifying speech to 200,000 civil rights supporters in Washington, D.C. As he stood in front of the Lincoln Memorial, King called for the nation to finish what the 16th … Continue reading

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