Martin Luther King, Jr. listening to a transistor radio in the front line of the third march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, to campaign for proper registration of black voters, March 23, 1965. Ralph Abernathy (second from left), Ralph Bunche (third from right) and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel (far right) march with him. William Lovelace/Getty Images hide caption

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UCLA students hold crosses, while taking part in a 2006 rally on campus to express their concerns about the lack of racial diversity in the student body. Mel Melcon/LA Times via Getty Images hide caption

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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady holds the Vince Lombardi Trophy beside coach Bill Belichick, after the Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in overtime at Super Bowl 51 in Houston. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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Black-and-white keffiyeh like the one pictured above have long been associated with Yasser Arafat and the Palestinian resistance. This week, fast-fashion Brit emporium Top Shop used similar fabric for a "scarf playsuit." Hazem Bader/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The 2017 NEA Jazz Masters on April 3, 2017 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. (left to right): Representing Ira Gitler, Fitz Gitler; Dick Hyman; Dave Holland; Dr. Lonnie Smith; and Dee Dee Bridgewater Shannon Finney/Courtesy of The Kennedy Center hide caption

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Former President George W. Bush holds an event at his presidential library and museum in Dallas on Feb. 28 for his exhibit of veterans portraits. In interviews about his artwork, Bush has been commenting on the current administration. Laura Buckman/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, left, checks her phone Tuesday after taking a photo as President Trump and leaders of historically black colleges and universities pose for a group photo in the Oval Office. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Led by women in pink "pussy hats," hundreds of thousands of people packed the streets of Washington and other cities in a massive outpouring of opposition to America's new president, Donald Trump. Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Though Donald Trump's policies may not help his voters economically, sociologist Arlie Hochschild says he is speaking to them on a deeper level: meeting their emotional needs. MICHAEL MATHES/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Empire and Star creator Lee Daniels at this year's Television Critics Association winter press tour. He says brilliant art may come from Donald Trump's victory. Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic hide caption

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Hollywood Grapples With TV In The Age Of Trump

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Former President George H.W. Bush (left) talks with former Secretary of State and close friend James Baker III at NRG Stadium in Houston in 2014. Bob Levey/Getty Images hide caption

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Melania Trump wore a white, one-shouldered Ralph Lauren jumpsuit to her husband's election night rally. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Clothes Don't Make A First Lady, But They Can Make A Statement

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Chicago police Commander Kevin Duffin, speaking during a news conference in Chicago Thursday, describes the kidnapping and hate crime charges filed against four black people who attacked a white man and livestreamed it on Facebook. Antonio Perez/Chicago Tribune/Getty Images hide caption

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Actor and activist Jesse Williams says he believes his efforts are making a difference but gives credit to those who inspire him, among them black women and the black LGBTQ community. Melissa Kuypers /NPR hide caption

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Actor And Activist Jesse Williams: 'I'm Certain I'm Making A Difference'

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