The life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was celebrated Monday as the Ocean City community joined to remember the civil rights leader whose message of hope, faith and promise, despite bigotry, hatred and racism, still resonates today.
Rev. Marcia Stanford, a pastor at Macedonia United Methodist Communities and chaplain at The Shores Communities, gave a powerful keynote address.
In it, she spoke of what Dr. King’s message continues to mean to the nation.
She urged the audience at the Ocean City Music Pier to “take time to examine where we are now and where we have come from.”
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