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Focus on Queens: MLK’s contributions commemorated with celebration

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Choreographer Brice Vick (l.) is presented with an award from emcee Roy Paul during "Honoring Remnants of the DREAM Among Us," held at the Presbyterian Church of St. Albans. Photo by Nat Valentine
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Event Producer Charles Atiles (l.), who served as commissioner o n the Queens County Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., Commission, brings together U.S. Rep. Gregory Meeks and (l.-r.) honorees Dorita Wiggins-Clark, Ronald Burwell from the Afrikan Poetry Theatre, Yvonne Reddick, Tyra Emerson and Bill Briggs. Photo by Nat Valentine
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emcee Roy Paul stands with Sofia Branch, whose husband John Watsui-Branch of the Afrikan Poetry Theatre recently died. Photo by Nat Valentine

Community leaders were recently honored at Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration in St. Albans.

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