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The March on Washington: 50th Anniversary
50 years later, what's really changed?
In the half-century since Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, there have been a lot of changes for African-Americans. But take a look at the numbers and you might be surprised exactly how.
50 years of change in 6 seconds
President Obama to speak on steps of Lincoln Memorial
9 things about MLK's speech, march
Why some movements work
Kennedy jitters ahead of the march
The March: August 28, 1963
Photos capture the marchers
The anger, the fear, the love and the hope
The story behind 'I Have A Dream'
Everyday racism in 2013
How bias still sneaks in
From MLK to Trayvon
March on Washington paved way for gay rights too
Did we really learn the lesson of the march?
Closer to the American dream
The man black history erased
When racial clichés drive murder stories
Dr. King's Legacy
Bernice King's long journey
8 recall special class with MLK
Hear lost interview of MLK Jr.
50 Years On
What's your civil rights struggle?
50 years after MLK's freedom call
Martin Luther King III talks Trayvon
Impact then and now
'I Have a Dream' speech turns 50
Youngest speaker at March on Washington
The state of MLK's 'dream'
Striking photos of March on Washington
She dozed off during MLK's speech
Andrew Young's memories
John Lewis remembers MLK speech
Brazile on the March on Washington