Then and Now: Marchers in Washington Across 50 Years

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  • Racism Is an Unresolved Issue
  • Reflections
  • Where King Stood
  • The Lincoln Memorial Steps
  • A More Diverse March
  • Thousands Remembered I Have A Dream Speech
  • The Demand for Jobs Remains
  • Freedom and Jobs

A More Diverse March

Thousands of mainly African-American men and women marched for civil rights in 1963. Fifty years later, veterans of the original March on Washington, younger generations, Latinos, and more women marched to the Martin Luther King Memorial.

(Photo: AP Photo/File)

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