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Flat White

To the promised land

4 April 2018

11:51 AM

4 April 2018

11:51 AM

It’s fifty years since Martin Luther King Jnr stood on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis and received a fatal gunshot wound to the face, bringing his life to an abrupt and violent end. As jolting and unexpected as this dreadful moment was, in some ways it was not a surprise.

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