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A group of protesters march to Jena High School on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday in Jena, La., Monday, Jan. 21, 2008. The protest was organized by the self-described 'pro-majority' Nationalist Movement of Learned, Mississippi, lead by Richard Barrett, and was being held in opposition to the six black teenagers who were arrested in the beating of a white classmate in December 2006, and the King holiday. The protest drew about 50 participants and 100 counter-demonstrators to Jena.(Photo/© Suzi Altman)