Residents celebrate what MLK ‘did for us’
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People gather on the steps of the Yuba County Courthouse before marching in the 15th annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Unity March from Marysville to Yuba City on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013.
Residents celebrate what MLK ‘did for us’.
Plumas Lake's Sid Riley was just a teenager in the 1960s visiting family in his native Mississippi when a white man threatened to lynch him because he is black.
"He said he would beat me, lynch me and kill me," Riley recalled. "And I really believed he would — I ran all the way back. Read Residents celebrate what MLK ‘did for us’...