SOUTHERN COLORADO – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was honored today by hundreds of people in Colorado Springs.
The annual MLK Day Community Breakfast was held Monday morning at Colorado College. Along with food and fellowship, speakers reminded the crowd of Kings’s legacy before most headed to Acacia Park for a solidarity march.
Several businesses and neighborhood organizations helped to organize the activities.
Dr. King’s legacy was also remembered in Pueblo Monday.
About 100 people walked from the Rawlings Library to the El Pueblo Museum for the annual Community Peace March.
Folks were singing songs and holding signs and said they are continuing to share Dr. King’s legacy.
A formal program and lunch were also held at the El Pueblo Museum.