King's Legacy Celebrated

Hundreds Gather To Celebrate King’s Call To Service

Posted: January 22, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Raven Hampton, from left, 13, Makena Hampton, 9, Jarrod Howard, 15, Trey Smith, 17, Jervae Franklin, 19, and Sandra Walton, 17, all from Fayetteville, carry a banner as they lead the annual Martin Luther King Day march up Dickson Street on their way to the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville on Monday morning. More than a thousand people took part in the event. For additional coverage, see pages 4A and 1B of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and visit nwaonline.com/videos for related video.

Trey Smith, a volunteer and junior at Fayetteville High School, spent Monday, and also the past year, living up to one of Martin Luther King Jr.’s key teachings.

Participants walk from the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville to the campus of the University of Arkansas Monday morning during the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day March. Over a thousand people took part in the annual march and vigil.


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