'It's Been Going On For So Long, It Has To Stop'

When thousands marched on Washington in 1963, Howard Luckett says he felt hopeful. Two years later, when hundreds of civil rights activists marched from Selma, Ala., to the state capital of Montgomery, he felt another spark of hope.

“I look around, and it’s still going on,” said Luckett, who is now 92, standing at a protest outside his retirement home in West Roxbury Monday night. “But this time, it feels different.”

Luckett joined about 20 other residents, ranging in age from 65…

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