As a nonprofit newsroom with a focus on poverty, power and policy, MLK50 is proud to make our content accessible to the general public regardless of ability to pay.
Unless otherwise noted, MLK50: Justice Through Journalism’s stories may be republished in print or online for free under a Creative Commons license. We only ask that you follow a few rules:
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