The Martin Luther King holiday was a day to reflect and act on what Dr. King called "the cause of peace and brotherhood." It’s become a day of service for many, a day of protest and call to action for others. But that’s one day a year. So I have just one question – how might we as individuals put Dr. King’s legacy into action everyday for ourselves? A marade – a march, rally and parade – at East High in Salt Lake City seemed like a good place to get answers on Martin Luther King Day (1/19/15). Here’s what people had to say:
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Photos from marade to celebrate Martin Luther King Day 2015 in Salt Lake City (left to right): Frances Battle; marade starts at East High School; marade arrives at Kingsbury Hall; Rev. Jerrod Lowry and sons at end of marade.