Mike McNeal of Lexington held a portrait of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the march to celebrate the civil rights leader at Heritage Hall in Lexington on Monday, January 19, 2013. This was not McNeal's first march. "I wouldn't pass it up for nothing," said McNeal. Photo by Mark Ashley
Mike McNeal of Lexington held a portrait of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the march to celebrate the civil rights leader at Heritage Hall in Lexington on Monday, January 19, 2013. This was not McNeal's first march. "I wouldn't pass it up for nothing," said McNeal. Photo by Mark Ashley Herald-Leader
Mike McNeal of Lexington held a portrait of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the march to celebrate the civil rights leader at Heritage Hall in Lexington on Monday, January 19, 2013. This was not McNeal's first march. "I wouldn't pass it up for nothing," said McNeal. Photo by Mark Ashley Herald-Leader

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