Keeping the Dream Alive

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Rev. Dr. Sid Gates welcomes visitors to the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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(Standing from left-right) Rabbi Robert Klensin, Rev. Lisa Helig and Iman Jamal Daoudi present the invocations during the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Rev Emanuel Cleaver delivers the keynote address during the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Rev. Terence Dicks, right, hugs keynote speaker Rev. Emanuel Cleaver after introducing Rev. Cleaver during the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Rev Emanuel Cleaver delivers the keynote address during the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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A visitor attends the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Rev. Angela Williams of Hunter Chapel AME Church in Elberton, GA, listens to a speaker during the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Visitors listen to a speaker during the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Rev Emanuel Cleaver delivers the keynote address during the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Rev Emanuel Cleaver delivers the keynote address during the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Frank Franklin, left, and Byrdyne Bell join with others as they sing "Joyful, Joyful" during the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Artwork by Monique Galvan adorns her notebook as she attends the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta with her mother Elana Davis Galvan. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Rev. Terence Dicks introduces keynote speaker Rev. Emanuel Cleaver during the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF
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Members of the Davidson Chorale perform during the 6th annual "Keeping the Dream Alive: Why Dr. King Still Matters" service at First Baptist Church in Augusta. The program is offered by the Progressive Religious Coalition of Augusta. TODD BENNETTSTAFF

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