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MLK's sister on Barack Obama


The day before Barack Obama is sworn in as the United States' first African-American president, his country is celebrating its national holiday for the black civil rights leader, Martin Luther King.

Dr King's sister, Christine King Farris spoke to the BBC about her brother and gave her views on Barack Obama's presidency.

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