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“1963 is not an end, it is a beginning,” declared Martin Luther King in his famous speech in Washington. Sixty years after his “I have a dream”, racial inequalities persist in the United States. Black people still face racism, discrimination and violence. But new players, as determined as their icon, have taken over and are fighting for equality. A barber, a photographer, a young author… In this second episode of Cap Amériques, in Atlanta, Élisabeth Allain meets these activists of a new kind.