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2011 Unity March

Over a thousand people gather for a rally and the Martin Luther King Day Unity March on Monday, Jan. 17, 2011.

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J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review


A picture of Dr. Martin Luther King on the outside marquee of the INB Performing Arts Center is reflected onto the glass where over a thousand people gather for a rally before the Martin Luther King Day Unity March on Monday, Jan. 17, 2011.



J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review


Over a thousand people jam into the INB Performing Arts Center for a rally before the Martin Luther King Day Unity March in downtown Spokane on Monday, Jan., 17, 2011.



J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review


The Rev. Leslie David Braxton reminds the overflow crowd that "the world can be a better place" during a rally at the INB Performing Arts Center before the Martin Luther King Day Unity March. Braxton was the keynote speaker for the weekend's King events and is the senior pastor of the New Beginnings Christian Fellowship in Renton, Wash. Ivan Bush, event organizer, listens intently.



J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review


Many Havermale High School students chose to take the "day on" to celebrate the Martin Luther King Day Unity March at the INB Performing Arts Center on Monday, Jan. 17, 2011.



J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review


Over a thousand people jam into the lobby of the INB Performing Arts Center lobby for a rally before the Martin Luther King Day Unity March on Monday, Jan. 17, 2011.



J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review


Monica Moore stops to photograph the Michael P. Anderson memorial bronze statue, honoring the late astronaut and Cheney native, during the Martin Luther King Day Unity March on Monday, Jan. 17, 2011.



J. Bart Rayniak - The Spokesman-Review


Spokane's P-Jammers marching band join in the Martin Luther King Day Unity Parade as over a thousand people take to the streets after a rally at the INB Performing Arts Center on Monday, Jan. 17, 2011.


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