|Dr. Martin Luther King giving his "I Have a Dream" speech during the March on Washington in Washington, D.C., on 28 August 1963.(Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
Each of these speakers occupies a certain prominence and importance in American life. It is obvious that they are seen as champions or Black allies and those who share a progressive vision for society.
|Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan|
The question isn’t raised out a concern for prominence or any vain acknowledgement of Min. Farrakhan—though a man who has soldiered for Black America for nearly 60 years is certainly deserving of respect. The question is raised because Min. Farrakhan is a man whose divine insight, guidance, love and humility are sorely needed. The Final Call...
50th Anniversary of the March on WashingtonOn August 28, 2013 citizens from across this country will converge upon our nation’s capital to commemorate and celebrate the historic March On Washington which occurred 50 years ago on August 28, 1963.This site provides information and updates on the numerous commemorative marches that are being planned throughout this country. In addition, this site provides citizens an opportunity to leave their remembrances and pictures of the march that changed the world.Thank you for your support!