Keep on Marching, Keep on Dreaming

90 Degrees to the Left

MLK-MOW

August 28th, 1963. That was the day of the greatest civilian march to Washington, D.C.. Never before had this country seen such a large and peaceful congregation of people of all colors and gender united for a common cause. The vast majority were people of color demanding their constitutional right, up to then denied to them, of equality and just like it’s happening today, decent wages and jobs. There were many women among them marching for the same purpose, for the same rights. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was leading this march and insisted that in order for their objective to become a reality the march had to be a peaceful one and thousands upon thousand of people of all races, gender, sexual orientation, religion and economic status did just that, offering the annals of history the proof that it is possible to protest in harmony and peace…

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