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wanted to address a point of unity and what we need to do to continue the legacy of what MartinLuther King stood for, the soft music was utilized in growing stronger as his main points werebeing given. Roberts ethos was how he was aiming towards unity and equalization towards theraces. Also, to not the hate of this incident to turn everyone against each other, rather than tomove forward and accomplish the dream that Martin Luther King had.
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