PUEBLO — Folks gathered today in Pueblo for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
About 100 people showed up for the annual MLK march and rally.
People held signs and sang songs to make sure King's memory stays alive and his message lives on.
"With what is all going on in this United States and in this world today, we just have to come together as one and just live out the dream of equality and justice for all," said Roxana Mack with the Pueblo NAACP.
The march went from the Rawlings Library through downtown to the El Pueblo Museum.