A statue of the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., has a new home in Pueblo.
For 25 years, this likeness of the civil rights leader stood in Denver's city park, but when Denver commissioned a new statue, this one was given to Pueblo's King Holiday Commission and Cultural Center.
This artwork depicts Doctor King... with a young boy who was murdered in Alabama back in 1955.
Many say the death helped to spark the Civil Rights Movement. The Statue now stands outside the Pueblo Museum.
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