Almost since its inception in 1968, and despite its national and global reach, the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change has teetered on the brink of relevancy and survival. Maintenance has been a problem, and local and federal courts are littered with years of lawsuits filed by and against the center.
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