Obama Speaks From Pulpit, Noting Progress And Difficulty In America

Obama speaks from pulpit, noting progress and difficulty in America

The president visits a church founded by freed slaves and where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. sometimes spoke. President Obama, speaking today from the pulpit of a church where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. sometimes spoke, called on the congregation to rally around the spirit that had helped their ancestors pursue a long road to freedom.

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