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Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated April 4, 1968. Why was he in Memphis?

“When you go beyond a relatively simple though serious problem such as police racism . . . you begin to get into all the complexities of the modern American economy.”
–Martin Luther King, Jr. A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr.

"Why He Was in Memphis" -- Most Americans today...

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KCET & Union Bank Honor Local Heroes Hispanic Heritage Month 2013 Robert Garcia, Fr. Richard Estrada

"They serve our community. We celebrate their service."

Union Bank and KCETLink recognize Father Richard Estrada, Founder and President, Jovenes, Inc., and Robert Garcia, Founding Director and Counsel, The City Project, "who serve as a continuous source of inspiration and fill our communities with hope, dreams, and...

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