What does the March on Washington mean to you today?
Among thousands of gathered supporters, Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his historical "I Have A Dream" speech on Aug. 28, 1963. The March on Washington was momentous for the civil rights movement at the time. As the country approaches the 50th anniversary of the event, we want to know what the speech continues to mean for you and your loved ones.
What is the march's significance to you today? Be a part of this story by telling us below.
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