Prepping for the March on Washington
Tamika Mallory talks women's roles in the march.
50: Bernice King talks Significance of the March on Washington
Daughter of MLK, Bernice King shares her thoughts on the March.
50: The March, The Movement - Julian Bond
Julian Bond discusses his role during the march in 1963. He compares and contrasts celebrity participation during then and now.
50: John Lewis Remembers the March on Washington
John Lewis talks about meeting with President Kennedy before the March.
Obama Tackles Rising College Costs
President Obama launches a bus tour to showcase a new plan aimed at making college more affordable.
50: Alexis McGill Johnson on Stop and Frisk
Alexis McGill Johnson discusses Trayvon Martin and the unyielding "Stop and Frisk" policy.
50: Bernice King Weighs in on the Next Generation of Marchers
Bernice King talks about linking the past with the present to motivate people to spark change today.
50: Women and The March on Washington
Andrew Young on how he regrets the absence of women speakers at the March on Washington.
50: John Lewis Remembers His March on Washington Speech
John Lewis talks about changing his speech for the March on Washington and the controversy behind it.
50: Alexis McGill Johnson on Leadership
Alexis McGill Johnson discusses the short line for leadership in 2013.
Office Worker Averts School Shooting
An Atlanta school shooting ends peacefully thanks to one woman's bravery under pressure.
Prepping for the March on Washington
Tamika Mallory tells us about putting more women at the forefront of the commemoration of the March on Washington together.
Why You Should Participate in the March on Washington
Dr. Hazel Dukes explains why every able body should participate in the historic 50-year anniversary of the March on Washington.
The Sharptons and the March on Washington
Dominique Sharpton speaks on growing up during the civil rights movement and what she is expecting from the march.
Why We Must March Again
In light of the historic gains made since the original March on Washington, why should we march again?
Training the Next Generation of Activists
Even before the March on Washington gets underway, young people are receiving the political training they need.
President's Weekly Address: Making College Affordable
President Obama proposes new reforms to make college more affordable for middle class families.
Marching Into a New Movement
Tens of thousands showed up for a day that was 50 years in the making. Now what?
Civil Rights Icons Reflect on March on Washington
Icons reflect on March on Washington.
Civil Rights Icons and the Future of the Movement
Civil rights leaders talk about what we should march for today.
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