‘A committed man to the cause of justice’: Martin Luther King Jr.’s former driver speaks to local students

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(WJW) — On Monday, Jan. 15, Americans paused to honor the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., and some local students heard from a man who knew the civil rights leader.

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Clarence Bozeman, who now lives in Maple Heights, was once a personal driver for King. He shared with students some personal stories about the time he spent with him, as well as King’s “dream” becoming a reality.

Listen to his words in the player above.

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