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Scholar speaks at unity event

January 21, 2014

Donald Brown

Dorothy Isaac remembers the first Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity Breakfast 20 years ago, in the basement of First United Methodist Church.

She brought pictures of that first breakfast to the 20th annual Unity Breakfast Monday, in Mississippi State University’s spacious Colvard Student Union Ballroom where hundreds gathered from across the community. In those two decades, she said, the breakfast had come far, and so had the inter-racial unity it promoted.

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