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Kids on MLK’s legacy: ‘I would just say thank you’


NBC chief education correspondent Rehema Ellis talks to Cincinnati children aged 12 to 16 about the impact of Dr. Martin Luther King’s historic “I have a dream” speech. “We can all play together, drink the same water, and go to the same water fountain,” says one, while another says he would thank Dr. King “because I appreciate all the things he has done for us.”