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By Stacy A. Anderson, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — MTV is taking the color out of its programming on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to encourage people to talk about what race means in their lives.
For the past seven years on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, children from a Washington, D.C., elementary school have climbed the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to proclaim "I have a dream," just as Dr. King did 48 years ago.
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr., we have compiled archival videos, documentaries, commentaries, discussions and reports about his life, legacy and the Civil Rights movement.
At the beginning of a busy week -- with a crisis in Haiti and in the thick of health care reform negotiations -- President Obama will set aside much of his day Monday to remember civil rights leader Martin…
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