President Barack Obama’s second inauguration attracted an estimated one million people to the National Mall on Monday. For many gathered, the event, which came on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, took on added significance.
As the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir performed “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” three Obama supporters who traveled nearly 1,000 to join the throngs on the Mall reflected on what the day meant to them.
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