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Durham hosts MLK Black History Month Parade

The Bull City kicked off Black History Month with a parade on Saturday.

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DURHAM, N.C. — The Bull City kicked off Black History Month with a parade on Saturday.

The MLK Black History Month Parade is an 11-year tradition for Durham. Despite the cold, the marching bands, dance teams and groups made their way down Fayetteville Road.

Durham Bulls’ mascot Wool E. Bull proved to be a parade favorite. Rep. G.K. Butterfield served as the grand marshal. 

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