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Nowhere near the mountaintop: Universal harmony is still far away

Nearly 54 years after the murder of Martin Luther King Jr., the United States is a far more racially just nation than it was in the throes of the civil rights movement. Not only have many forms of legal discrimination been barred, but Black Americans have made substantial gains in education, in climbing out of poverty and into the middle class and in many other respects.


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