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'We Are Made for This Moment': Obama Addressed Equality

  • Aired: 01/21/2013
  • 23:02
  • Rating: E
In his second inaugural address, delivered on the holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr., President Barack Obama stressed themes of equality and fairness. Jeffrey Brown and Gwen Ifill recap the festivities, the musical celebrations and the other ceremonial traditions kicking off the president's second term.
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