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(Studio: Don Lemon) Report introduced.
(Washington: Chris Lawrence) The march in Washington today to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King's “I Have a Dream" speech reviewed; scenes shown. [Rainbow Push Coalition president Rev. Jesse JACKSON; Attorney General Eric HOLDER; Newark, New Jersey Mayor Cory BOOKER; Representative John LEWIS; King’s children Martin Luther KING III, Bernice KING- speak.]
(Studio: Don Lemon) Live discussion held with National Urban League president Marc Morial about today’s African American leaders. [From Washington, MORIAL – says Dr. King is irreplaceable as a singular personality; says we have many who King has influenced & inspired; comments on the speeches by Lewis, Myrlie Evers-Williams & Rev. Al Sharpton; talks about his 21st Century Agenda for Jobs and Freedom; suggests Sharpton was referencing the need to confront self-negativity and self-genocide.]
- Lemon, Don;
- Lawrence, Chris
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