St. Louis, MO – There are a number of events planned today in the St. Louis area to remember the legacy of Martin Luther King Junior and his civil rights work.
Hundreds are expected to march in front of the Old Courthouse this morning at 10 in another anti-war rally.
Saint Louis University plans a remembrance ceremony at 3 p.m. in the quad on the West Pine Mall.
The U.S. Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights, Ralph Boyd, will speak at a ceremony this morning at 10 on the campus of UM-St. Louis.
And "Eyes on the Prize" author and NPR correspondent Juan Williams speaks at Washington University's School of Medicine this afternoon. He'll deliver a MLK commemorative lecture about politics and race.