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This year carries a notably strong significance for Black history, partially because April marks 50 years since his murder in Memphis, Tenn., but also because of the deafening political unrest that’s spread across America—particularly in the last year. King was and remains an unapologetic voice of civil rights still felt in movements seeking equality for Black folks throughout history. While his work continues to be done, CASSIUS honors MLK on the 50th anniversary of his assassination.

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