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Roger Goodell and Arthur Blank visit Martin Luther King Jr.’s childhood home before Super Bowl LIII
A few days before Super Bowl LIII, Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue visited Martin Luther King Jr.’s childhood home in Atlanta. Walk with them on a civil rights journey through the city’s historic neighborhoods as they hear about the past that set the stage for today’s movement for social justice and racial equity.
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