Martin Luther King's most radical project was the Poor People's Campaign. Besides jobs for everyone, he called for a guaranteed basic income and easier access to loans. But following his assassination, the campaign was forgotten about.
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This year's Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade precedes Barack Obama passing the presidential baton to Donald Trump. It's proving plenty for participants to process, as Daniella Cheslow reports from Washington.
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