Members of the Georgia legislature, media and the public, as well as notable officials and guests, gathered Jan. 17 to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the 35th annual state commemoration. Gov. and First Lady Kemp; Commissioner Christopher Nunn of Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA); the Rev. Bernice King, youngest daughter of Dr. King; and a host of dignitaries and guests were on hand for this occasion. Nadia Theodore, Canadian Consul General, served as the keynote speaker and made multiple connections to Georgia, her country, civil rights, and Dr. King. Read more on the DCA Blog.