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Does the New Memphis Grizzlies Jersey Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. — Or the Place He Was Assassinated?
On April 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr,. was assassinated as he left his motel room in Memphis, Tennessee. It’s truly one of the saddest days in U.S. history, and a landmark moment that Memphis residents wish hadn’t happened
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