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“We Won’t be Silent Anymore”: Poor People’s Campaign
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“We Won’t be Silent Anymore”: Poor People’s Campaign

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The Dawn News/ June 19, 2018 Demanding a better and dignified life for all, the Poor People’s Campaign in United States is on a 40 day historic action for a national moral revival against systemic racism, poverty and inequality, ecological devastation and militarisation.

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50 years after his assassination, Dr. King’s march continues
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50 years after his assassination, Dr. King’s march continues

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By Prasanth R. / The Dawn News / April 4, 2018 Death, and capitalism, have a perverse way of stripping complex, revolutionary figures of their context and reducing them into cardboard cutouts, standing for largely non-threatening and palatable values.  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who fell victim to an assassin’s […]

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Martin Luther King’s Poor People’s Campaign Reborn
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Martin Luther King’s Poor People’s Campaign Reborn

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By Amy Goodman & Denis Moynihan / Source: Democracy Now / The Dawn News / January 11, 2018 Martin Luther King Jr. would have turned 89 years old this Jan. 15. Assassinated at the age of 39 on April 4, 1968, his much-too-short life forever changed America. Among the landmarks […]

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