Sen. Bernie Sanders thrashed President Donald Trump, calling him a "racist," and praised Martin Luther King Jr.'s "revolutionary spirit" in a speech here Monday honoring the civil rights leader on the holiday dedicated to his memory.
The man's disheartening story, told a quarter-century after his arrival in South Carolina, is now online after the Library of Congress published the essay, the only known surviving autobiography of a Muslim-American slave.
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