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USC, LAPD join to remember legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

Annual community breakfast honors the late civil rights leader.

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck greets Donovan Joubert, 4, at the seventh annual Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast at Town & Gown on the USC University Park Campus. (USC Photo/David Sprague)
Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast attendees

Dignitaries, including Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, third from left, and USC President C. L. Max Nikias, far right, take a moment to “fight on.” (USC Photo/David Sprague)

USC has once again joined the Los Angeles Police Department in marking the legacy of civil rights leader the Rev. Martin Luther King.

The law enforcement community came together Jan. 9 at Town & Gown for the seventh Los Angeles Police Department Martin Luther King Breakfast. Among those joining USC President C. L. Max Nikias were Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck.

The annual event precedes the King holiday, observed this year on Jan. 18.

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