Martin Luther King Jr. Day march in downtown Seattle calls for social justice

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SEATTLE -- People marched through the streets of Seattle Monday to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

The marchers left Garfield High School and walked to the federal building in downtown Seattle. The march headed north up 23rd Avenue, then west along Union Street, and continued down Madison Street until demonstrators reached 2nd Avenue.

There were several other events also planned including a career fair and two rallies.


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