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** FILE ** "It's a long time coming," said Davie Feaster, a Washington, D.C., native, about the new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, which opened to the public on Aug. 22, 2011. "It's breaking down walls," he said. Mr. Feaster, who was 3 when the March on Washington took place, says even though he was young, he remembers it. His uncle came down to the Mall and handed out chicken to the masses, so as a tribute, he brought chicken on Monday. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

** FILE ** "It's a long time coming," said Davie Feaster, a Washington, D.C., native, about the new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, which opened to the public on Aug. 22, 2011. "It's breaking down walls," he said. Mr. Feaster, who was 3 when the March on Washington took place, says even though he was young, he remembers it. His uncle came down to the Mall and handed out chicken to the masses, so as a tribute, he brought chicken on Monday. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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