Jillian Pyatte, right, watched as Alpha Phi Alpha members Jared Scott, left, T.J. Merritt and Rashad Bigham re-created the scene of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination as people passed during a silent march to commemorate the legacy of the civil rights leader.
Jillian Pyatte, right, watched as Alpha Phi Alpha members Jared Scott, left, T.J. Merritt and Rashad Bigham re-created the scene of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination as people passed during a silent march to commemorate the legacy of the civil rights leader. Herald-Leader
Jillian Pyatte, right, watched as Alpha Phi Alpha members Jared Scott, left, T.J. Merritt and Rashad Bigham re-created the scene of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination as people passed during a silent march to commemorate the legacy of the civil rights leader. Herald-Leader

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