Bernice King, daughter of slain civil rights leader Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., speaks on Thursday about a series of events to be held in and around The King Center in Atlanta. The events commemorating the birth of civil rights icon center around social justice, non-violence seminars and voter education. (AP Photo | Ron Harris)

Bernice King, daughter of slain civil rights leader Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., speaks on Thursday about a series of events to be held in and around The King Center in Atlanta. The events commemorating the birth of civil rights icon center around social justice, non-violence seminars and voter education. (AP Photo | Ron Harris)

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