Then and Now: Marchers in Washington Across 50 Years

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

The Demand for Jobs Remains

Civil rights protesters march down D.C.'s Constitution Avenue carrying placards calling for an end to segregation and the creation of decent housing and jobs. In the bottom image, people rally at the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday with strikingly similar-looking placards demanding an end to racism and more jobs.

(Photo: AP Photo/File)

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