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ABC News 28 Aug 2020

MLK's granddaughter calls on younger generation to fight racism


Yolanda Renee King, Martin Luther King Jr.'s granddaughter: "Our generation has already taken to the streets, peacefully and with masks and socially distanced, to protest racism...Join me in pledging that we have only just begun." #MarchonWashington #yolandareneeking #mlk #martinlutherkingjr #blacklivesmatter

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