March on Washington
They were the often unseen and unheard leaders of the March on Washington and the civil rights movement.
More than 100 photos, many of them never seen before, are now on display at the Library of Congress to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
Commuting in and out of Washington Wednesday may be tricky, as thousands are expected to participate in a commemoration marking the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington.
Visitors attending Wednesday's 50th Anniversary "Let Freedom Ring" Commemoration and Call to Action can get emergency alerts from the U.S. Park Police via web, e-mail and cell phone.
National Park Foundation, Google launch site to record readings of MLK's 'Dream' speech
Oprah Winfrey, Jamie Foxx, Forest Whitaker among celebrities joining March on Washington
Metro records 453k trips Saturday for festivities around March on Washington 50th anniversary
Holder: Spirit of 1963 March on Washington now demands rights for gays, Latinos, the disabled
Tens of thousands march, remembering King's 1963 dream but declaring: 'The task is not done"
The Library of Congress is giving the public an inside look at the civil rights movement through interviews, photos and writings in a new collection.
On the morning of March 31, 1968, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. took to the pulpit at the National Cathedral. The sermon he delivered was his last. Just days later, he was assassinated.
Metal barriers and big-screen TVs: March on Washington meets post-9/11 America
NBC News' to re-air 1963 Martin Luther King Jr. interview given on eve of Washington march
Arguably, the name of Bayard Rustin has gone largely unknown in the 50 years since the March, but he was the man tasked with pulling it off.
Thousands of people are arriving this weekend for the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington.
Five people suffered minor injuries as three buses collided on the way to Saturday's march on the Mall.
D.C. Mayor Vince Gray hopes to harness the energy and emotion surrounding this weekend's celebration of the March on Washington's 50th anniversary.
Color-blind US? Half of all Americans say 'a lot more' work remains to achieve racial equality
Museums offer numerous exhibits, programs to retrace March on Washington on 50th anniversary
Tony Bennett to attend 50th anniversary March on Washington, campaign against gun violence