New Brockton Martin Luther King March

More than 100 wiregrass residents took to the streets in central Coffee County to celebrate the life of the slain civil rights' leader.
New Brockton Mayor Kathy Holley and the town council took part in the annual Martin Luther King equality march.
It started at the old Warren Smith School which served the African American community prior to integration.
High school students say doctor king is a source of pride and inspiration.


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