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Fifty years after Dr. King’s march in Marquette Park, racial integration remains elusive in Chicago 

Martin Luther King Jr. in Marquette Park on August 5, 1966, before he was hit by debris thrown by the crowd

Image credit: Larry Nocerino/Sun-Times

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