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Yolanda King, daughter of Martin Luther King Jr., speaks with students in 1994 after delivering a talk on campus. "Either we learn to live together as brothers and sisters or die together as fools," she said, paraphrasing her father's words from his 1967 Christmas Sermon on Peace.

Yolanda King, daughter of Martin Luther King Jr., speaks with students in 1994 after delivering a talk on campus. "Either we learn to live together as brothers and sisters or die together as fools," she said, paraphrasing her father's words from his 1967 Christmas Sermon on Peace.