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Martin Luther King III and daughter Yolanda share what they want America to learn from John Lewis
Reporter Nicole Ellis interviews Martin Luther King Jr.'s son and his only grandchild about their experiences visiting the Edmund Pettus Bridge with the late Rep. John Lewis(D-Ga.) and the influential role his annual pilgrimage across the bridge played in his ability to gain bipartisan support for the Voting Rights Act. Martin Luther King III and Yolanda King share their hopes for the newly renamed John Lewis Voting Rights Act.
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