In song, speeches and verse, students and faculty at the medical school honored the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and beliefs as well as the new generation that will continue his struggle. “We can say humbly, honestly and without despair,” said Forrester A. Lee, M.D., associate professor of medicine and assistant dean for multicultural affairs, “that so much remains to be done. It is time to pass on the legacy of Dr. King to the next generation.” Speakers included the Rev. Frederick J. Streets, Yale University chaplain; Erin Armstead, a Yale College senior; Charles Warner, left, a senior at Hill Career High School; and Richard Lyn-Cook, right, a fourth-year medical student.