Fort Lewis College students march to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

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Fort Lewis College students march to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

Almost 50 years after King’s death, work remains to end bigotry and racism
Open mic time along with singing and chanting in the Student Union followed the annual March of Solidarity on Martin Luther King Jr. Day on the Fort Lewis College campus.
About 200 people walk in the annual March of Solidarity on Martin Luther King Jr. Day on the Fort Lewis College campus. Marchers sang and chanted along the way on Monday from the Center of Southwest Studies to the Student Union.
Taylor Cook, a Fort Lewis College Student, delivers a passionate message of community involvement and fighting racism during open mic time in the Student Union on Monday after the annual March of Solidarity on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Fort Lewis College students march to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

Open mic time along with singing and chanting in the Student Union followed the annual March of Solidarity on Martin Luther King Jr. Day on the Fort Lewis College campus.
About 200 people walk in the annual March of Solidarity on Martin Luther King Jr. Day on the Fort Lewis College campus. Marchers sang and chanted along the way on Monday from the Center of Southwest Studies to the Student Union.
Taylor Cook, a Fort Lewis College Student, delivers a passionate message of community involvement and fighting racism during open mic time in the Student Union on Monday after the annual March of Solidarity on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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