Gov. Andrew Cuomo kicks off Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Harlem Saturday

Gov. Andrew Cuomo was in New York City over the weekend to help kick off the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. Cuomo joined the Rev.

The governor joined Al Sharpton and other African-American leaders at the National Action Network.

The governor joined Al Sharpton and other African-American leaders at the National Action Network. (1/20/14)

MANHATTAN - Gov. Andrew Cuomo was in New York City over the weekend to help kick off the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.

Cuomo joined the Rev. Al Sharpton and other African-American leaders at the National Action Network in Harlem on Saturday.

In a wide-ranging speech, the governor touched on issues from education and criminal justice policies to the state's new gun control laws, which are now the toughest in the nation.  

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