As told by AVL: Martin Luther King Jr. Day is celebrated Asheville-style with march and music

As told by AVL: Martin Luther King Jr. Day is celebrated Asheville-style with march and music-attachment0

(Mountain Xpress/ Carrie Eidson)

To celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Asheville’s 2014 Peace March and Rally began today around noon, starting at the St. James AME Church, winding through downtown to Pack Square and concluding with music and speeches.

Xpress has been listening and watching both in person and on social media. Here’s what Ashevilleans reported about the event:

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