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Emily Weinstein

Weinstein writes the web site www.superlefty.com and contributes to The Huffington Post.

The State of King

In elementary school, there are the dittoes. They appear every January 15—purple, mimeographed sheets of paper with a picture of Martin Luther King, Jr. superimposed on a rippling American flag, a quote from “I Have a Dream,” and a few questions and blanks to fill in from the word bank on the side: “Martin Luther King, Jr. worked for people of all races.”

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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