Oklahoma college campuses remember Martin Luther King Jr.

Langston University was central to the civil rights movement in Oklahoma. Oklahoma State University’s African-American Student Association had an event Wednesday that celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. with speeches and music by a gospel choir.

BY JONATHAN SUTTON Published: January 21, 2013
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LANGSTON — For many young people in Oklahoma, the civil rights movement is something that happened somewhere else, in a different time. But at Langston University, the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. hits closer to home.

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