More photos: 50th Anniversary Celebration
It has been 50 years since 200,000 people marched on the streets of Washington, pushing for equal civil rights for all Americans.
To commemorate the historical rally, a series of events and exhibits were planned near the place where Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s delivered his famous “I Have A Dream” speech.
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Remembering The March on Washington
A series from WNEW reporter Karen Adams reflecting on the magnitude of the anniversary and the impact the five-decade-old march had on the nation. Its impact continues to present day.