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April 4, 2018 was the 50th anniversary of a speech given by Robert F. Kennedy at a small park on the near Northside of Indianapolis. Kennedy, then a candidate for President in the 1968 election, was in town and was scheduled to speak in the urban park, but immediately before he was to go on he was notified of the hours-old assassination of noted civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Kennedy changed his planned remarks, and announced the assassination to the largely African
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Date created: 2018
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