More than 500 people, including from left, Assembly members Sandre Swanson, Holly Mitchell, Wilmer Amina Carter, (former Assembly member) Mervyn M. Dymally, Sen. Curren Price, Steven Bradford, attended the California Legislative Black Caucus’ annual Civil Rights Leadership Awards Breakfast in Sacramento where the caucus honored the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and bestowed on Dymally, a former congressman, lieutenant governor, state senator, the Living Legend award. Bishop Albert Galbraith, pastor of the North Highlands Community Church of God in Christ, delivered the keynote address. Price, chair of the caucus, urged the crowd to continue King’s quest for economic justice. “We are joining President Pro Tem Steinberg in asking the governor to hold off on his proposed budget cuts that will hurt schools, the sick and the working poor until the budget initiative is voted on,” Price said. “We have got to preserve the safety net.”