Bill Cotton and Cisco Mora of the CSU Photography team captured images from this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. March and Celebration in Fort Collins and on campus.
The 2016 MLK March and Celebration started in Old Town Square Fort Collins.
Pastor David Williams addressed the crowd before the march.
Hot chocolate fortified marchers down College Avenue.
Community member Gregg Adams wore his opinion on his chest during the march.
About 750 people turned onto the historic Oval.
Marchers represented a cross section of the community.
The march led into the Lory Student Center.
The celebration started with the MLK Fort Collins Citywide Choir.
CSU President Tony Frank spoke eloquently about the work still to be done.
Fort Collins Mayor Wade Troxell read a proclamation from the city.
Sara Penfold from Zach Elementary read her winning acrostic poem.
Mia McGregor read her winning essay on "Facing Racism: Our Responsibility to Act."
Madison Schink from Poudre High School read her winning essay.
CSU student Arisson Stanfield gave a powerful spoken word performance.