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ATLANTA — Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris invoked the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on Sunday during a youth day service at the civil rights icon’s pastoral home of Ebenezer Baptist Church.

The California Democrat referenced how King was only 26 at the start of the 1955 Montgomery bus boycott in Alabama.

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“We stand on the shoulders of great men and women who came before us and I think of it as being a relay race, young leaders, where they came before us, and they were running the relay race, and they had the baton, and then they passed that baton to us,” Harris, 54, said. “And the question for our lives will be, what do we do during that period of time?”

“And, I’ll just say to the older leaders, that it also becomes question of let’s also know when to pass the baton,” Harris said.

Harris’s remarks begin at minute mark 1:03:43 in the video below.

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