The 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, on Aug. 28, is an important opportunity to honor those who fought for equality and to re-commit ourselves to the continuing march for equality, justice and tolerance.

Click here to read more about the martyrs who were killed by white supremacists trying to stop the civil rights movement.

If you’re in Washington from Aug. 24-27, look for our booth in the Global Village on the National Mall. And, you can let us know that you’re standing with us by clicking here and telling us what you march for.

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March on Washington anniversary: A celebration but also reminder that march for justice continues