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January 20, 2016
If Dr. King was around today he would say we've come very far but there's so much work to be done. Because of Dr. King's struggle, and so many within the civil rights movement, an African American kid from Hawaii can aspire to become president, a young Dominican kid born of immigrants from the Bronx can sit at the table and advocate for 125,000 of his constituents and for his neighbors, but as Dr. King would look today and say there's so much work to be done he wouldn't be wrong," Assemblymember Pichardo said.  K901