The Rev. Louis A. Newby showed a photo of him standing behind the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. during the March 5, 1964, march on Frankfort. Newby was bumped and almost tripped into King, who asked, "Are you falling?" Newby answered, "You'd be the first one to know."
The Rev. Louis A. Newby showed a photo of him standing behind the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. during the March 5, 1964, march on Frankfort. Newby was bumped and almost tripped into King, who asked, "Are you falling?" Newby answered, "You'd be the first one to know." Lexington Herald-Leader
The Rev. Louis A. Newby showed a photo of him standing behind the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. during the March 5, 1964, march on Frankfort. Newby was bumped and almost tripped into King, who asked, "Are you falling?" Newby answered, "You'd be the first one to know." Lexington Herald-Leader

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