Jesse Watters took a trip down to Union Square in Manhattan, N.Y. to discuss Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy and Monday's holiday commemorating his life.

Watters asked one woman if she was doing anything to celebrate Dr. King.

The woman said she was commemorating the day with her children by discussing Dr. King with them.


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A man told Watters that black people need to "come together" in King's vision.

When asked what government could possibly do to improve the lives of minorities, some people told Watters that it "takes time" for change to happen, and that ObamaCare should not be repealed.

Asked whether racial groups have a tendency to misunderstand each other, a woman said that all races have struggles and a man replied that the focus should be on "people" as a whole.

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