March held in Albany to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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The city of Albany is honoring and remembering the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. A community march was held on Monday morning.

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The march began at the State Museum on Madison Avenue. It proceeded along Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard, arriving at his statue in Lincoln Park.

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People stood at the statue to collectively soak up the spirit of Dr. King, to honor his legacy, and to continue striving for a country free of bigotry, intolerance and discrimination.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day was first observed January 20, 1986, when Ronald Reagan was president. King would have been 94 years old this year.

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Hear what Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado told the crowd about King and the power of love by watching the video of Dan Levys story.