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Article from the University of Maine student newspaper The Maine Campus by Lalia Sholtz-Ames, the former president of the Black Students Association, regarding the Martin Luther King, Jr. monument erected in a new plaza at the University of Maine.
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Sholtz-Ames, Laila, "Maine Campus_Dream of MLK, Jr. 'alive and well' at new UMaine plaza" (2008). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 27.