Mary Sanchez

August 9, 2013

Let’s remember the March on Washington for what it was

History tends to recall the 1963 March on Washington — which culminated in Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I have a dream” speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial — as a singular event, rather than framing it in a long program of direct action, one step in an extremely long movement for justice.

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