Martin Luther King was in Memphis 43 years ago this April 4th, helping striking sanitation workers demand a living wage and better working conditions when an assassins bullet struck him down. Across the country a wave of riots struck poor African American neighborhoods, college campuses erupted in protests and progressives took to the streets as grief and anguish motivated a broad spectrum of Americans. Today we are motivated by the grief an anguish caused by the assassins bullet Gov. Walker has struck Wisconsin unions with. We will not let this tragedy pass without a change in America.
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