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Fuller: To Truly Honor Dr. King, Teachers Must Fight for Justice Beyond the Schoolhouse Doors for Their Poor Black Students

Hundreds of students greet Rev. Martin Luther King (R) at the St. James Baptist Church in 1963 after it was learned that a federal judge, Elbert Tuttle of Atlanta, had enjoined the city school board from expelling the students for participating in demonstrations. (Photo credit: Getty Images)

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