Restore the Dream 2014: ‘It’s Not a Black Thing… It’s An American thing’


<p>Yesterday at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C., a group of distinguished conservative activists launched&nbsp;<a href="">Restore the Dream 2014</a>, a campaign organized with the purpose of addressing the serious culture problems impacting the black community.</p>

<p>MRCTV&#39;s Monica Sanchez was there to see what some of the speakers had to say.&nbsp;</p>

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