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More than 250 people marched from Boise State University to the Statehouse on Martin Luther King/Human Rights Day to support tolerance and cultural diversity. After listening to a reading of King's "I Hlave A Dream" speech on the Capitol steps, the group went inside for a ceremony in the rotunda. This edition of FOCUS examines the issues for which those individuals marched. Glenn Oakley cover photo.

Record Group Number

UP 4.12

Publication Date

Winter 1993

Publisher

Boise State University

FOCUS (UP 4.12)

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