Obama speaks from D.C. pulpit where King once preached
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Obama speaks from D.C. pulpit where King once preached

Members of the historic Vermont Avenue Baptist Church talk about what it means for the president to come to their congregation and speak at the same pulpit where Martin Luther King Jr. spoke several times. (Hamil Harris/Edited by Jason Aldag/The Washington Post)

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