Martin Luther King’s Family, Activists Push For Voting Rights Legislation

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Martin Luther King’s Family, Activists Push For Voting Rights Legislation” – below is their description.

Activists and members of Martin Luther King’s family marched through Washington, D.C., in support of the John Lewis voting rights act that passed in the House last year. NBC News’ Gary Grumbach explains what message the marchers are trying to send to Congress. 

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