The Georgia clergywoman attended the march to learn something.
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"I came to the March on Washington because I feel like I owe it. I owe it to the '60s, I owe it to all of those who died for the cause in the '60s and beyond, all the way back to slavery. I realize today now more than ever that I'm a new flame carrying a new torch," Georgia-based clergywoman Sarena Watkins, 43, who originates from the Six Nations Indian Reservation in Ontario, Canada, told BET.com.
"I learned to keep on learning and to take what I've already learned and put it to use and action now. I learned to be a leader in my generation, taking knowledge from the past generations, so we can establish future generations."
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