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January 16, 1990 | JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Martin Luther King Jr. Day was a public relations fiasco for Security Pacific National Bank. Angry civil rights leaders protested the Los Angeles bank's decision to keep branches open on the day honoring the slain civil rights leader and vowed to take further action. They credited their protests, which included early morning picketing outside of the bank's Los Angeles headquarters, with forcing the bank to close some branches early in minority communities such as South-Central Los Angeles.
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