At The Inauguration, A Time For Civil Rights Reflection

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Joseph McCoggle grew up in Atlanta under segregation. He's 66 years old, African-American, and now retired from the U.S. Postal Service. Earlier this week, he came to President Obama's second inauguration, to mark the moment in civil rights history.

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