Concrete steps are needed to move toward a stronger future for America’s children.
To further commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington, BET News covers the W.K. Kellogg Foundation hosted panel to discuss the legacy of racism in America.
Civil Rights leaders representing a total of 11 different groups, including National Urban League, Inc., Advancement Project, Poverty and Race Research Action Council, PICO National Network and the NAACP, will talk about the long struggle for equal opportunities faces by all Americans.
To watch the panel discussion "No One Lie Can Live Forever": Healing America for Our Children on Monday, August 26th at 11A/10C visit: www.BET.com/americahealing.
For more information and coverage of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington visit: www.bet.com/mow.
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