Cedric Iyumva of Trinity Western Spartans Men’s Track and Field reflects on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
"King desired to see, whether during or after his life, an America where Black and White people are equally treated and regarded levelly with one another."
Cedric Iyumva, Trinity Western Spartans
Cedric Iyumva runs with the Trinity Western Spartans Men’s Track and Field team. On January 18 Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Iyumva paid tribute to the civll rights leader with an article on the TWU Stories community blog.
Iyumva was born and raised in Canada, but his family is originally from Burundi, Central-East Africa. Iyumva says he is “Burundian at heart.”
Read Cedric Iyumva's article on TWU Stories:
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