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January 12, 2014 12:00 AM

Suburbs find new ways to keep King’s legacy alive

For the last three decades, suburban communities in the Kansas City area have celebrated the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. in many forms. As this year’s festivities continue that tradition, two communities have found new ways this year to promote the civil rights leader’s message of racial harmony and equality.

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