This year instead of a speaker FSU used "the arts" to bring the struggle and success of the civil rights movement to life.
The MLK march to FSU's Ruby Diamond Auditorium was preceded by a mentoring workshop with high schoolers. FSU students say helping others achieve the civil rights leaders dream is the least they can do.
College and high school students from all walks of life marched and learned, and when they arrived for FSU's Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration. Coordinators had something new planned.
From a Native American invocation to performances by the world-renowned the urban bush women. Faculty hope the young minds will appreciate the message.
Thursday Florida A&M University will hold its celebration for Dr. King.
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