Published: Jan. 19, 2015

LAFAYETTE — Ten years ago, Lafayette first- and second-graders at Pioneer Elementary proposed a march for peace on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Monday, hundreds of community members marched through Old Town Lafayette on the event's 10th anniversary in a procession led by some of those same students.

The march ended with a celebration of the civil rights leader that included Boulder's Second Baptist Church's Shekenah Glory Choir, poetry, dramatic readings from Motus Theater's "Do You Know Who I Am?," a marimba band, a capella singers, service projects, crafts and food.  See More