Religious leaders participate in anti-hate march in US capital

Fifty-four years after Martin Luther King delivered his ''I have a dream'' address on the steps of Washington's Lincoln Memorial, hundreds of religious leaders have held a rally and march in the same city.

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    Fifty-four years after Martin Luther King Jr delivered his ''I have a dream'' address on the steps of Washington's Lincoln Memorial, hundreds of religious leaders have held a rally and march in the same city.

    Many argued King's speech is as relevant as ever in the era of Donald Trump.

    Al Jazeera's Shihab Rattansi reports from Washington, DC.


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