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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1963 March on Washington, attended by some 200,000 activists, was a seminal moment in the civil rights movement. Fifty-one years later, a new racial crusade took root in Ferguson, Missouri, galvanized by a young man’s tragic death. A Freedom reporter traveled there to meet the determined protestors and clergy members in its vanguard, and filed this exclusive report.