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The Rev. James Lawson, key architect of the Civil Rights Movement, dies at 95

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The Rev. James Lawson, an architect of the Civil Rights Movement who preached nonviolent protest, has died. He's shown here speaking to union workers in 2011 on the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination.  (Getty Images)
The Rev. James Lawson, an architect of the Civil Rights Movement who preached nonviolent protest, has died. He's shown here speaking to union workers in 2011 on the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination. (Getty Images)

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