Shakeria Williams, left, can not help spraying paraders with "silly string" as she and her family attends the Dr. Martin Luther King Day parade in 2014. The parade brought together Miami-Dade cities, their officials, various law enforcement agencies, various local government departments along with several school marching bands, and other civic organizations to celebrate and honor Dr. King on January 20, 2014.
Shakeria Williams, left, can not help spraying paraders with "silly string" as she and her family attends the Dr. Martin Luther King Day parade in 2014. The parade brought together Miami-Dade cities, their officials, various law enforcement agencies, various local government departments along with several school marching bands, and other civic organizations to celebrate and honor Dr. King on January 20, 2014. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Shakeria Williams, left, can not help spraying paraders with "silly string" as she and her family attends the Dr. Martin Luther King Day parade in 2014. The parade brought together Miami-Dade cities, their officials, various law enforcement agencies, various local government departments along with several school marching bands, and other civic organizations to celebrate and honor Dr. King on January 20, 2014. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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