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What MLK Means to Me -- PICTURES


Martin Luther King Jr. (right-center) and other major leaders of the civil-rights movement, including (from left) John Lewis, Whitney Young, Philip Randolph, James Farmer, and Roy Wilkins, met in March 1963 in New York City to organize the March on Washington.(OFF/AFP/Getty Images)

As the working world pauses in honor of Martin Luther King Jr., politicians and othe leaders reflect on his legacy in this gallery.

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