MLK Jr.'s Iowa Legacy Remembered

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By Jay Knoll

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - Every third Monday in January, we remember Doctor Martin Luther King Junior. His life. His legacy. His struggle for civil rights.

This year marks 50 years since Dr. King's March on Washington and his famous, "I Have a Dream" speech. MLK's connections to Iowa and the state's role in the civil rights movement is nowhere more apparent than at the African American Museum of Iowa in Cedar Rapids. KCRG-TV9 photojournalist Mike Griffith has the story.

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