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    Fahmo Ahmed, of Lewiston, describes her migration to Maine from her native Somalia Monday during a Martin Luther King Day forum at St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church in Winthrop. Staff photo by Andy Molloy

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    Guests listen to panelists Monday during a Martin Luther King Day forum at St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church in Winthrop.

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    Arnaud Nahimana, left, and his brother, Nelson, put pins on a map on their native country, Burundi, during a Martin Luther King Day forum Monday in Winthrop. The teens live in Biddeford.

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    Students from the George Mitchell School, including Isabella Bohner, center, recite passages during the Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast celebration at the Muskie Center in Waterville on Monday.

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    Gov. Paul LePage gestures while speaking with Waterville Mayor Nick Isgro and Sharon Corwin during the 30th annual Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast event at the Muskie Center in Waterville on Monday.

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    Colby College professor Allecia Reid was the keynote speaker at the 30th annual Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast at the Muskie Center in Waterville on Monday.

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    Pamela Cummings reflects on the impact of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during a visit to the Abyssinian Meeting House in Portland. Ben McCanna/Staff Photographer

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    The Rev. Kenneth Lewis, pastor of Green Memorial AME Zion Church in Portland, says the most powerful thing anyone can do to fight racism is to identify it. Ben McCanna/Staff Photographer

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    Bob Greene of South Portland, a retired Associated Press reporter, says we’ve made progress toward King’s ideal but the pace is slow. Joel Page/Staff Photographer

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