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Visiting Martin Luther King's President alma mater, George W. Bush speaks to students, faculty and guests during a visit to Booker T. Washington High School in Atlanta, Ga. Jan 31, 2002. ".you're the first senior class that has graduated after America has been attacked on the homeland," said President Bush, in his remarks emphasizing what everyday Americans can do to help fight terrorism. "One way you can help is to find a child who needs somebody older in their life who can put their arm around them and say, "I love you," "There's hope for you," "What can I do to help you succeed in America?'" White House photo by Eric Draper.


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