Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Remembering Martin Luther King, Jr.
Detroit freshman Shaniqua Sanders smiles as she listens to speeches by her peers while holding a burning candle at a candlelight vigil Monday afternoon, which occurred at the end of the CommUNITY March on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. "This is all about getting together amongst others as a unity to help one another for peace, love and prosperity," she said. "Martin Luther King, Jr. is a symbol of freedom, a symbol of life — a symbol of a new generation. I don't think the world would be the same without him."