The annual MLK Jr. parade in downtown Fort Worth has been free of controversy, unlike the new event planned for Arlington, which some community leaders are boycotting.
The annual MLK Jr. parade in downtown Fort Worth has been free of controversy, unlike the new event planned for Arlington, which some community leaders are boycotting. Star-Telegram archives
The annual MLK Jr. parade in downtown Fort Worth has been free of controversy, unlike the new event planned for Arlington, which some community leaders are boycotting. Star-Telegram archives

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