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Fifty years after the Rev. Martin Luther King spoke from the same podium, North Carolina NAACP leader and activist Rev. Dr. William Barber will speak on “Revival, Resilience, Redemption after Rejection: Analyzing the 2016 Election and How to Move Forward.”
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