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Stevie Wonder at Pepsi Center

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50 years after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination in Memphis, music icon Stevie Wonder produced a tribute to the Civil Rights leader and his legacy. Wonder shared a star-studded video marking the occasion, reflecting on how King’s dreams for a better future lives on.

Wonder enlisted help from more than 70 famous friends in politics, sports, business, music and entertainment to help him with the video tribute. Kamala Harris, Dave Chappelle, Warren Buffett, Bon Jovi, Katy Perry, Serena Williams and Smokey Robinson appear in the five-minute video “Dream Still Lives”. It was released at 7:05 PM Central Standard Time on April 4 – the time and date the civil rights leader was gunned down.

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