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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Arkansans filled the capitol rotunda to honor civil rights leader, Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. Forty-five years ago, the civil rights leader was assassinated outside a Memphis motel.

The Arkansas Martin Luther King Junior Commission organized Thursday's event -- an event full of music and dancing celebrating Doctor King's impact and stories that remind us of the price he paid in his search for equality.

This is the fifth year for the vigil.

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