As the nation prepares for Friday’s presidential inauguration, Martin Luther King Jr.’s words are taking on new weight for those who are still struggling to come to terms with the nation’s president-elect.

“Thinking about the Martin Luther King Days I’ve been through, I can’t remember one more significant than the one today, given the times we live in,” Jordan Chaney said.

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