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On January 20, 2020, Baltimore citizens gathered for the 20th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade. Dozens of groups and individuals marched in honor of the civil rights leader, including marching bands such as the Baltimore Allstars Marching Unit, the Extravaganza Marching Unit, the Patterson Marching Clippers, and the Paul Laurence Dunbar High School Marching Band “Magnificent Marching Poets”; performers from the Carroll School of Dance, the House of Flying Dancers, the Morton Street Dance Center, Roland Park Cheerleaders, and The Ravens Skate Club; fraternity and sorority groups; and community-focused organizations such as the Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights & Wage Enforcement, Baltimore Community Mediation Center, Enoch Pratt Free Library, and Greater Baltimore Urban League.

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