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The march ended at the bell tower, where Beran reiterated the significance of King and his legacy.“The progress of the civil rights movement realized over the past 60 years can be quickly lost through apathy, ignorance and discord. King’s legacy is limited to a symbolic march once a year,” Beran said. King’s dream -- our dream -- will wither if our resolve begins and ends on just this day.” “Getting together once a year on Martin Luther King Day really won’t cut it,” Beran added.Leroy Cox, interim dean of the College of Applied Science and Technology, gave a welcome to open the day’s events, followed by an invocation from Rev. UAFS student Chukwukere Ekeh of North Little Rock, gave a presentation analyzing King’s influence on prominent poets of the era.The activities marked the end of a week of events celebrating King, including a prayer service and a recognition banquet. Day is a federal holiday, held the third Monday of January.
19 to participate in a series of events celebrating the life and work of Dr. The events -- which included educational sessions from UAFS faculty members, a symbolic march and a community breakfast -- marked the fourth year for the university to collaborate with the Martin Luther King Jr. Beran, UAFS chancellor, opened the day’s events by welcoming attendees and reminding them of the importance of the holiday.
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