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The Rev. Al Sharpton and his organization, the National Action Network, will be leading a number of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day festivities in New York City this weekend.

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On Monday morning, January 16, Sharpton will be joined by Motown Records founder Berry Gordy for a prayer breakfast called “King, Don’t Just Celebrate, Emulate.” Radio One CEO Alfred C. Liggins III is scheduled to present Gordy with a service award. [EDITOR’S NOTE: NewsOne is owned by Radio One]

And later that day, the National Action Network will be hosting a public policy forum entitled “What Would Dr. King Say, What Would Dr. King Do About The Culture Of Gun Violence?”

More details and live streams will be available on the National Action Network website.


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