Photos of Samuel L. Jackson Helping to Refurbish the National Civil Rights Museum as Part of the Hampton(R) Hotels' Save-A-Landmark(R) Program

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Two photos of Samuel L. Jackson Helping to Refurbish the National Civil Rights Museum as Part of the Hampton(R) Hotels' Save-A-Landmark(R) Program are available on Business Wire's web site and AP PhotoExpress.

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Actor Samuel L. Jackson (center) paints the upper balcony of the Lorraine Motel, along with Kevin Frazier (left), with Entertainment Tonight, and Hampton Hotel employee volunteer Niani Omotesa (right) to help refurbish the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, TN, Tues., March 25, 2008. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. met his untimely death in front of room 306 forty years ago. As part of the Save-A-Landmark program, over 100 Hampton Hotel volunteers worked to help refresh and preserve the Museum. (Photo by Robin Weiner)

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Actor Samuel L. Jackson (right) cleans a statue with Hampton Hotel employee volunteers Lisa Blake (center) and Natalie White (left) to help refurbish the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, TN, Tues., March 25, 2008. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. met his untimely death 40 years ago, at the Lorraine Motel, which is now part of the Museum. As part of the Save-A-Landmark program, over 100 Hampton Hotel volunteers worked to help refresh and preserve the Museum. (Photo by Robin Weiner)

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