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Topic - Lafayette Jr
Lafayette, now a distinguished senior scholar-in-residence at Emory University who teaches students about Martin Luther King Jr.'s philosophy, said the strategies of the civil rights movement are applicable to such issues today as "the bullying, the high drop out rate, the violence that takes place."
Lafayette said his parents initially refused to sign a consent form, fearing the rides would be "his death warrant."