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  •  - Martin Luther King III walks with his wife Arndrea Waters and daughter Yolanda at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on the 83rd birthday of his father in Washington

    Martin Luther King III walks with his wife Arndrea Waters and daughter Yolanda at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on the 83rd birthday of his father in Washington

    Posted: 1/15/2012 6:47:14 PM EST
    Martin Luther King III (L) walks with his wife Arndrea Waters (C) and daughter Yolanda at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on the 83rd birthday of his father in Washington on January 15, 2012. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ordered an inscription carved into the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial be changed after complaints that the quote does not accurately reflect the King's words. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
  •  - National Park Rangers place a wreath at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    National Park Rangers place a wreath at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    Posted: 1/15/2012 3:18:12 PM EST
    National Park Rangers place a wreath at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington January 15, 2012. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ordered an inscription carved into the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial be changed after complaints that the quote does not accurately reflect King's words. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
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    Posted: 1/15/2012 3:10:48 PM EST
    Martin Luther King III, center, the son of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. with his wife Arndrea, second from right and daughter Yolanda, bottom center, attend a wreath laying ceremony at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, in Washington, in observance of King's 83rd birthday anniversary, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2012. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
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    Posted: 1/15/2012 3:10:48 PM EST
    Martin Luther King III, center, the son of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. with his wife Arndrea, right and daughter Yolanda, bottom second right, delivers his remarks during a ceremony at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, in Washington, in observance of King's 83rd birthday anniversary, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2012. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
  •  - Children sit at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    Children sit at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    Posted: 1/15/2012 2:50:18 PM EST
    Children sit at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington January 15, 2012. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ordered an inscription carved into the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial be changed after complaints that the quote does not accurately reflect King's words. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Women have their photo taken at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    Women have their photo taken at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    Posted: 1/15/2012 2:46:50 PM EST
    Women have their photo taken at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington January 15, 2012. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ordered an inscription carved into the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial be changed after complaints that the quote does not accurately reflect King's words. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - People gather at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    People gather at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    Posted: 1/15/2012 2:38:16 PM EST
    People gather at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington January 15, 2012. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ordered an inscription carved into the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial be changed after complaints that the quote does not accurately reflect King's words. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - A woman walks past the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    A woman walks past the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    Posted: 1/15/2012 2:35:18 PM EST
    A woman walks past the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington January 15, 2012. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ordered an inscription carved into the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial be changed after complaints that the quote does not accurately reflect King's words. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - An inscription misquoting Martin Luther King, Jr. is displayed on his memorial in Washington

    An inscription misquoting Martin Luther King, Jr. is displayed on his memorial in Washington

    Posted: 1/15/2012 2:31:49 PM EST
    An inscription misquoting Martin Luther King, Jr. is displayed on his memorial in Washington January 15, 2012. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ordered an inscription carved into the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial be changed after complaints that the quote does not accurately reflect King's words. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - A boy photographs Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial with an inscription misquoting him in Washington

    A boy photographs Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial with an inscription misquoting him in Washington

    Posted: 1/15/2012 2:27:32 PM EST
    A boy photographs Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial with an inscription misquoting him in Washington January 15, 2012. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ordered an inscription carved into the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial be changed after complaints that the quote does not accurately reflect King's words. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - A member of the United States Park Police watches tourists from his horse at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    A member of the United States Park Police watches tourists from his horse at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    Posted: 1/15/2012 2:24:07 PM EST
    A member of the United States Park Police watches tourists from his horse at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on his 83rd birthday in Washington January 15, 2012. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ordered an inscription carved into the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial be changed after complaints that the quote does not accurately reflect King's words. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Martin Luther King III speaks at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on the 83rd birthday of his father in Washington

    Martin Luther King III speaks at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on the 83rd birthday of his father in Washington

    Posted: 1/15/2012 2:22:51 PM EST
    Martin Luther King III speaks at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on the 83rd birthday of his father in Washington January 15, 2012. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ordered an inscription carved into the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial be changed after complaints that the quote does not accurately reflect King's words. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Martin Luther King III speaks at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on the 83rd birthday of his father in Washington

    Martin Luther King III speaks at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on the 83rd birthday of his father in Washington

    Posted: 1/15/2012 2:18:56 PM EST
    Martin Luther King III speaks at the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial on the 83rd birthday of his father in Washington January 15, 2012. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ordered an inscription carved into the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial be changed after complaints that the quote does not accurately reflect King's words. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - The memorial of Martin Luther King, Jr. stands on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    The memorial of Martin Luther King, Jr. stands on his 83rd birthday in Washington

    Posted: 1/15/2012 2:12:42 PM EST
    The memorial of Martin Luther King, Jr. stands on his 83rd birthday in Washington January 15, 2012. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ordered an inscription carved into the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial be changed after complaints that the quote does not accurately reflect King's words. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - An inscription misquoting Martin Luther King, Jr. is displayed on his memorial in Washington

    An inscription misquoting Martin Luther King, Jr. is displayed on his memorial in Washington

    Posted: 1/15/2012 2:11:07 PM EST
    An inscription misquoting Martin Luther King, Jr. is displayed on his memorial in Washington January 15, 2012. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has ordered an inscription carved into the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial be changed after complaints that the quote does not accurately reflect King's words. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
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    Posted: 1/14/2012 12:00:49 PM EST
    FILE - In this Jan. 19, 2011 photo, Spokane Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick credits two officers, including Eric Olson, left, with making a decision to steer the MLK Jr. parade away from what was determined to be an explosive device in downtown Spokane, Kevin Harpham planted a bomb along the route of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade, hoping to strike a lethal blow against the unity and multiculturalism represented by the gathering. The bomb was found and disabled before it could explode, and Harpham was sentenced last month to 32 years in federal prison. Now the organizers of Monday, Jan. 16, 2012 parade are calling for an extra-large turnout, to demonstrate opposition to Harpham and his views. (AP Photo/The Spokesman-Review, Dan Pelle)
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    Posted: 12/21/2011 3:10:48 AM EST
    FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Spokane County Sheriff shows Bombing Kevin William Harpham, who has pleaded guilty in connection with a plan to detonate a bomb at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in Spokane, Wash., on Jan. 17, 2011. Harpham's attorney asked a judge to withdraw his client?s guilty plea just before he was scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011. (AP Photo/Spokane County Sheriff, File)
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    Posted: 12/20/2011 7:35:47 PM EST
    FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Spokane County Sheriff shows Bombing suspect Kevin William Harpham. Harpham, who has extensive ties to white supremacists, will be sentenced Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011 after pleading guilty to federal charges he planted a bomb intended to hurl poison-laced shrapnel into marchers at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in Spokane last January. (AP Photo/Spokane County Sheriff, File)
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    Posted: 10/29/2011 5:55:53 PM EST
    FILE - In this April 12, 1963 file photo, Rev. Ralph Abernathy, left, and Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. lead a column of demonstrators as they attempt to march on Birmingham, Ala., city hall, however, police intercepted the group short of their goal. The epicenter of the fight over the nation's patchwork of immigration laws is not Arizona, which shares a border with Mexico and became a common site for boycotts. The case that's likely to be the first sorted out by the U.S. Supreme Court comes from the Deep South state of Alabama, where the nation's strictest immigration law has resurrected ugly images from Alabama's days as the nation's battleground for civil rights a half-century ago. And Alabama's jump to the forefront says as much about the country's evolving demographics as it does the nation's collective memory of the state's sometimes violent path to desegregation. (AP Photo/Horace Cort, File)
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    Posted: 10/29/2011 3:55:47 PM EST
    FILE - In this April 12, 1963 file photo, Rev. Ralph Abernathy, left, and Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. lead a column of demonstrators as they attempt to march on Birmingham, Ala., city hall, however, police intercepted the group short of their goal. The epicenter of the fight over the nation's patchwork of immigration laws is not Arizona, which shares a border with Mexico and became a common site for boycotts. The case that's likely to be the first sorted out by the U.S. Supreme Court comes from the Deep South state of Alabama, where the nation's strictest immigration law has resurrected ugly images from Alabama's days as the nation's battleground for civil rights a half-century ago. And Alabama's jump to the forefront says as much about the country's evolving demographics as it does the nation's collective memory of the state's sometimes violent path to desegregation. (AP Photo/Horace Cort, File)