Lucille Clark, holding a breakfast program from a 1984 Martin Luther King Jr. event, said she never misses a Martin Luther King Jr. Day march and that great progress has been made over time. “I think he’d be happy to know that we’ve come a long ways and he’d be pleased with it,” said Clark at her beauty shop on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Macon.
Lucille Clark, holding a breakfast program from a 1984 Martin Luther King Jr. event, said she never misses a Martin Luther King Jr. Day march and that great progress has been made over time. “I think he’d be happy to know that we’ve come a long ways and he’d be pleased with it,” said Clark at her beauty shop on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Macon. The Telegraph
Lucille Clark, holding a breakfast program from a 1984 Martin Luther King Jr. event, said she never misses a Martin Luther King Jr. Day march and that great progress has been made over time. “I think he’d be happy to know that we’ve come a long ways and he’d be pleased with it,” said Clark at her beauty shop on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Macon. The Telegraph

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