Stamford community pays tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in annual march

Several minority Stamford police officers served as grand marshals on the march.

Several minority Stamford police officers served as grand marshals on the march. (1/20/14)

STAMFORD - The Stamford community came together Monday to remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during a march.

Hundreds of people rallied together at the Bethel A.M.E. Church then gathered outside holding signs.

According to organizers, the 20-year-old annual march is held to teach young people about the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Several minority Stamford police officers served as grand marshals on the march.  

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