Clyde Hale, 60, traveled from Tuscaloosa, Ala. with other members of the United Auto Workers, arriving early Sunday morning to witness the dedication ceremony for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. “This is a wonderful occasion. I am happy and proud to be here to celebrate the legacy and life of a great man,” said Hale. “His legacy reminds me through hard work and dedication, anything can be achieved. Dr. King showed us that we should never give up on what we believe in.”

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