Delores Morgan Brule had seen blacks and whites together before, but never like this.
Dorothy Aldridge talks about Dr. King giving his “I Have a Dream” speech in Detroit first
A photo of Detroiter Edith Lee-Payne at the March on Washington famously depicts the event
Walt Shepperd recalls the comradeship and bi-racial approach to the March on Washington.
Dale Tussing, Emeritus Professor at Syracuse University, remembers a fantastic atmosphere.
The daughter of a NC speaker at the March honors her father's civil rights legacy.
Dr. King’s speech inspired a young Sala Udin to devote his life working for civil rights.
Candie Carawan shares her knowledge and memories of the evolution of freedom songs.
Col. Nathan Thomas rode a bus for four days to attend the March on Washington.
Dorothy Cotton reflects on the March and Citizenship Education Program.
U.S. Rep. G. K. Butterfield explains the March as a build-up to the Voting Rights Act.
Francis Oliver reflects on racism that divided her city and the March on Washington.