doc martens uk Legacy March marks anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr
Braving the bitter cold, ice and snow, dozens of people hit the streets Friday morning for the Legacy March. The marched from Monument Circle to the Statehouse in honor of King.
Jerry Wade, who marched Friday morning, said, means to me personally that I can walk around and feel free This is where I belong. Eric Holcomb walked right among them. For him, this was personal.
was his walk, his action. His deeds that are so inspirational to me, Holcomb said. always underscores we have more work to do, and we always will, and together we can. gathered inside the Statehouse for the 27th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Indiana Holiday Celebration. Artamese Grimes, who attended the event said of King,
tried to end racism. Mason, who marched in the event, said, fought for labor rights, civil rights. message? King dream is not dead.
Gregory Wilson, the executive director of the Indiana Civil Rights Commission, said, just trying to celebrate his legacy and let people know that we still have to come together. No matter how divisive things seem. no one in the room understands that more than 88 year old Pastor Mel Jackson.
Mel Jackson, a pastor who marched with King, said, never met anybody, no human being,
like Martin Luther King Jr. marched with King in Memphis in the late 1960s.