NCCU Students Honor Life, Legacy Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Posted January 14, 2003
DURHAM, N.C. — Students at one Triangle-area university are honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dozens of students and faculty at N.C. Central gathered Tuesday for a campus vigil. It is part of a week-long calendar of events in honor of the civil rights activist.
Students said Dr. King's contributions will never be forgotten.
"He was someone who not just fought for African-Americans -- a great person in society," said student body president Damien Ruffin.
Dr. King's birthday is Jan. 15. The slain civil rights leader would have turned 74 years old.