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Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington with PBS.

The March is the story of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, told by the people who organized and participated in it. It includes interviews with some of the key actors; members of the inner circles of the core organizational groups; Hollywood supporters and civil rights campaigners; John F. Kennedy administration officials; and the ordinary people who became part of the crowd of thousands, who thronged to Washington D.C. by all and every means: plane, bus and car. 

The March’ is the story of discrimination, defiance and victory told by the people who made it happen and whose lives it changed forever. Learn more below.

About the Film

About the Film

Learn More about the Film.

Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery

Browse Photos of the 1963 March on Washington.

Ready to Discuss?

Ready to Discuss?

Join PBS for a LIVE CHAT during the broadcast premiere of 'The March.'

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Johnnie Turner

Rep. Johnnie Turner serves in 108th TN Gen Assembly for Dist 85 and is a retired educator.

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Joan Nelson

Joan Nelson is a retired Broadcaster and an African American historian.

 
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The Digital March

Join a full day of special online events and activities, featuring local participants and community leaders.

When: August 28, 2013

Who: Ms. Joan Nelson will answer questions during an online chat during a 1:00 p.m. panel discussion. Representative Turner will be participating at 5:00 p.m.

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