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Martin Luther King Day: Ogden woman recalls the struggles of black Utahns

OGDEN - Velma Sanders stepped off the Union Pacific train, where her husband worked as a cook, and onto the ground in Ogden on July 18, 1936.

"When I got off the train, I was told I could not walk on the north side of the street," she says. "Discrimination: I was in the middle of it." . Ref. Source 3

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