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Waynesboro residents reflect on Dr. King

WAYNESBORO, MS (WDAM) -

Dozens of residents participated in the 3rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Parade Monday.

Several pastors from the area marched and recited Dr. King's speech. Others residents drove in vehicles with Dr. King signs posted on the cars. 

Many residents said Dr. King helped transform America.

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