Local events planned to honor King's life, legacy
Original post made on Jan 18, 2008
When James Reeb, a civil-rights activist, was clubbed to death by segregationists in 1965, the Rev. Robert Olmstead felt an immediate calling to travel from his home in the Bay Area to the Deep South to join the nonviolent resistance efforts spearheaded by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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