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Fulton NAACP observes black history with ‘spirit of togetherness’

Young and old gathered Sunday at Guiding Light Missionary Baptist Church in Fulton to honor Martin Luther King Jr. and celebrate Black History Month through worship and reflection. The program, sponsored by the Fulton NAACP, featured dances to praise God, songs like "We Shall Overcome," and reciting of King's "I Have A Dream" speech.

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A young performer with the praise team Divine Purpose twirls a ribbon in the air ...

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L’Trevion Vaughn, a Fulton Middle School student, recites Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A ...

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Quon’Tairey Miles of Columbia dances as a form of ministry and way to praise God ...

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Rev. Cedric Harris leads a congregation at Guiding Light Missionary Baptist Church Sunday to begin ...

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Kylie Harrison, 10, of Fulton reads from a script as she gives a lesson on ...

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Jack McBride, president of the Fulton NAACP, thanks an audience for attending the organization’s event ...

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