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Jimi Sutton, a retired art teacher, speaks at Elizabeth City State University's 12th annual Community Breakfast at the KE White Center, Monday. The event honored the late Martin Luther King Jr., who was born Jan. 15, 1929. Later in the morning, hundreds marched in King's honor from the ECSU campus to Sheep-Harney Elementary School, where ECSU student and City Councilman Montravias King was scheduled to speak. staff photo by corinne saunders

Jimi Sutton, a retired art teacher, speaks at Elizabeth City State University's 12th annual Community Breakfast at the KE White Center, Monday. The event honored the late Martin Luther King Jr., who was born Jan. 15, 1929. Later in the morning, hundreds marched in King's honor from the ECSU campus to Sheep-Harney Elementary School, where ECSU student and City Councilman Montravias King was scheduled to speak. staff photo by corinne saunders

Residents, students remember Martin Luther King Jr.

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Jimi Sutton, a retired art teacher, speaks at Elizabeth City State University’s 12th annual Community Breakfast at the KE White Center, Monday. The event honored the late Martin Luther King Jr., who was born Jan. 15, 1929. Later in the morning, hundreds marched in King’s honor from the ECSU campus to Sheep-Harney Elementary School, where ECSU student and City Councilman Montravias King was scheduled to speak. More coverage of area Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations to follow.