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  • Fifty years after King, Atlantans see a dream still deferred

    Five decades after the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s murder, the hope of good jobs as salvation is today as promising – and as elusive – as in 1968. Interviews with African-Americans in his hometown show both resolve and worry that equality is a promise forever over the next hill.


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A girl looks through a window of a train parked at a railway station in New Delhi on April 20.

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