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Martin Luther King Jr.

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Traveler: Celebrating Dr. King’s Legacy At The National Civil Rights Museum

Despite the ugliness of the era, the experience is ultimately uplifting, but expect to have some possibly difficult conversations with your family afterward.

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Remembering The Death Of A Legend, 50 Years Later

Whether you’re a social justice warrior or observant citizen, here are a few ways to honor the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights trailblazer’s assassination and Kennedy’s transformative speech, both of which left their mark on this city forever.

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Remembering Robert F. Kennedy’s Speech On The Assassination Of Martin Luther King Jr.

“Every word held you.”

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IPL Marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day with Light Display

Its Monument Circle building marks his namesake holiday with an “I Have a Dream”–themed light display.

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Tweets of the Week: 'The Fault' Film, Horse Racing & Celebs Collide

Via @JoshuaOwen: “The saddest part of The Fault In Our Stars, was definitely when Augustus fell into the chocolate river and got sucked up into the tube. Sorry for the spoiler.”

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Local Museums, Libraries Collaborate on '60s Flashback

Five museums and archival sites will show us their take on the 1960s beginning this month in a joint exhibition called “A Change Is Gonna Come.”

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