January 17, 2011
A few hundred members of the community gathered and marched through Seaside today to pay tribute to civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
They walked to the Oldemeyer Center where a group of elected officials and speakers inspired a crowd of a few hundred to live everyday promoting Dr. King's dream.
Antonio Jameson, 4, from San Jose, holds a sign prior to marching with New Hope Baptist Church.
Ethan Evans, 12, from Seaside, looks over a banner he helps carry in the parade.
Angela Flores, a member of the Seaside High School JROTC, shares a laugh alongside her color guard.
Carlos Ramos, president of LULAC, gives a spirited speech at the Oldemeyer Center in Seaside following the parade for Dr. King.
Christopher Griffith, one of the two keynote speakers, talks on childhood obesity and how everyone together can make an effort to dissolve it in our culture.