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March on ASU West campus

Hundreds of young people have re-enacted Martin Luther King Jr.’s landmark 1963 March on Washington at ASU’s West campus, where they waved signs, cheered for equality and listened to the “I Have A Dream” speech. The 25th annual March on West featured speakers, a choir and educational workshops for middle school students around the Phoenix area.

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