Hundreds urged to honor King's legacy

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Hundreds urged to honor King's legacy

With personal reflections and calls to action, preachers and public officials paid tribute to the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Monday morning before about 750 people at the city's annual holiday breakfast honoring the civil rights leader. Fifty

In 2009, they missed each other by a day. But today, thanks to a scheduling quirk, President Obama's inauguration festivities and Martin Luther King Jr. Day overlapped and, in many places, intertwined. Although Obama was sworn in for his second term at

Instead of crowding together in Washington, D.C., volunteers opted to listen to President Barack Obama's second inaugural address from a work truck stereo, as they instead took to Superstorm Sandy-affected communities to honor Martin Luther King Jr.

Before Martin Luther King Jr. marched in Alabama and on the Washington mall, Jackie Robinson marched around the bases on major league ball fields. King was 18 years old when Robinson broke the modern color barrier in America's pastime. Robinson's

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