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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Davie Feaster
Hundreds of D.C. residents, employees and tourists took advantage of August's "soft opening" of the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial, the last of its kind to be built on the National Mall and the only dedicated to someone who was not a former president.
** FILE ** "It's a long time coming," said Davie Feaster, a Washington, D.C., native, about the new Martin Luther King Jr.
Mr. Feaster, who was 3 when the March on Washington took place, says even though he was young, he remembers it.