The eternal alarm clock called hope

Fifty years this week since the assassination of Martin Luther King jnr, the world recalls his legacy of sanity, dignity and nonviolence in the face of racist madness

01 April 2018 - 00:00 By MANDLA LANGA

Fifty years this week since the assassination of Martin Luther King jnr, the world recalls his legacy of sanity, dignity and nonviolence in the face of racist madness

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