March on Washington: 50 Years Later
Dr. Hazel Dukes speaks on the 1963 march.
President's Weekly Address - Better Bargain for Middle Class
Obama speaks on economic opportunities for the middle class.
The Sequester Trickle-Down: Medicare
John Thompson and senior Buddy Moore speak of the devastating effects the sequester will have on Medicare.
Should There Be Laws Against Racial Profiling?
New Yorkers respond to racial profiling and the new federal bill in Congress, the End Racial Profiling Act.
San Francisco Giants Visit the White House
The San Francisco Giants visited the White House to celebrate winning the 2012 World Series, their second in three years.
President's Weekly Address: Helping the Middle Class
President Obama says his plan for building the middle class builds on fighting back from the economic recession.
Are New Yorkers Still Supporting Alex Rodriguez?
New Yorkers respond to Alex Rodriguez's 211-game suspension from the New York Yankees.
The Congressional Confidential: Rep. John Conyers Part II
Congressman John Conyers talks about the early beginnings of the Congressional Black Caucus and how education is key.
The Congressional Confidential: Rep. John Conyers Part I
Congressman John Conyers discusses his family's legacy in the legal field and the major influences in his life.
President's Weekly Address - Bargaining for Middle Class Homeowners
Obama says that it's time to create a better bargain for middle class homeowners.
President's Weekly Address: Implementing the Affordable Care Act
Obama says we are on the way to fully implementing the Affordable Care Act and helping millions of Americans.
March on Washington: 50 Years Later
Dr. Hazel Dukes discusses the historic March on Washington and how much has really changed in 50 years.
Meet Nascar's Ryan Gifford
Ryan Gifford made his national series start in the Nascar Nationwide Series earlier this month in Iowa.
John Lewis: Last Man Standing (Part 1)
As the last living speaker at the March on Washington, John Lewis shares his views on this seminal historical moment.
Stop and Frisk Ruled Unconstitutional
New Yorkers voice their opinions on stop and frisk, and the federal judge's decision to rule it unconstitutional for Blacks and Latinos.
John Lewis: Last Man Standing (Part 2)
Civil rights icon and Congressman John Lewis talks about both the successes and the setbacks facing Black America.
President Obama Honors the 1973 Miami Dolphins
President Obama welcomed the 1972-1973 Miami Dolphins to honor their 1973 Super Bowl win and their undefeated season.
50: Julian Bond's Role During MOW
Julian Bond discusses his role during the march in 1963. Compares and contrasts celebrity participation then to now.
50: Remembering the March
Old friends reunite to reminisce about the '63 March on Washington.
America Healing, the Struggle for Equal Opportunities for All Americans
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50: Civil Rights Icons Remember the March
Andrew Young remembers the 1963 March on Washington.
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