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VIDEO: Glen Cove Celebrates Diversity on MLK Day

The City of Glen Cove celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with a march and uplifting ceremony.

"Our diversity is a gift from God," proclaimed Rev. Roger C. Williams Monday at the 28th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration held at .

The commemoration followed a march from the on Continental Place, which passed through the to the Wunsch Arts Center.

Kristina S. Heuser January 18, 2012 at 06:45 PM
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Marc Rosen January 20, 2012 at 07:59 PM
January 16th, 2012 Decades ago, one man had a dream It was a vision that encompassed the hopes of myriad oppressed peoples He dreamed that none would be judged for the color of their skin That none would face hatred for who they love That money would have no meaning in the hearts of men He dreamed that difference would be welcomed with open arms That none would bear sling or arrow for who or what they are He died so that his dream could live Today, corporations are people and money is speech Today, leaders renew their fight to force the gay community back in their closets Today, fighting for liberty is considered "suspect" Today, peaceful protest is classified as "low-level terrorism" by the CIA Today, a man who portrays autism as evil is poised to serve as an advisor on disability policy Today, the Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan is a Congressman Today, a man who died for his dream is remembered His legacy, discarded His words, unheeded His dream, desecrated

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