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Don't tell 18-year-old Kasiem Walters the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington is too-far removed for him or other teens to identify with. The Brooklyn teenager and recent high school graduate said he experiences too many reminders of what he thinks life was like for so many African-Americans in the 1960s. TheGrio.com reports.