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Horrors of Nazi Germany compelled rabbi to join civil rights movement

Expelled from Germany in the 1930s, Rabbi Joachim Prinz came to Newark, N.J., where his congregation twice welcomed a young Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He drew a direct line between the Holocaust and the American civil rights struggle. At the March on Washington, Prinz was the last speaker on the schedule before King. Jim Axelrod reports.