Dallas Civil Rights Leader on Martin Luther King Jr.
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"Dry your eyes. Put your marching shoes back on. Let's go to work." These were the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to his followers at the height of the civil right movement as they found themselves mourning the deaths of their friends. It was a price they knew they must pay for their people, according to civil rights leader, Peter Johnson.
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