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DC's delegate to request meeting with Secret Service over long lines at march anniversary
The U.S. Secret Service came in for some sharp criticism from Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton over how they handled security at Wednesday's March on Washington anniversary celebration.
Noel Paul Stookey, a third of Peter, Paul & Mary, talks to WTOP about his plans to return to the National Mall for the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington.
Obama: King's dream partly met, still unfulfilled and challenges remain
Oprah Winfrey tells March on Washington King forced US to wake up, eventually change
More than 300 churches, sites ringing bells for MLK's 'I Have a Dream' speech around the world
King's daughter opens commemoration of famous MLK speech 50 years ago
Clinton praises King, implores people to 'push open those stubborn gates' holding America back
Daughters of former presidents call on nation to continue dream of Martin Luther King Jr.
Longtime civil rights leader Lewis says country has 'a great distance to go'
DC mayor calls for statehood at March on Washington anniversary event
Martin Luther King III grateful for achievements, says fight for civil rights must go on
Obama was 2 when Martin Luther King spoke; now regards '63 march as a 'seminal event'
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Former park ranger from upstate NY who guarded MLK during speech recalls historic '63 event
Evers-Williams: country has taken step back in civil rights
Martin Luther King Jr.'s historic "I Have a Dream" speech introduced the nation to the man who today is the face of the Civil Rights movement. But King didn't follow a carefully crafted script as he stepped to the microphone. Instead he pushed aside his notes and spoke from the heart. His speechwriter and attorney describes the inspiration for these momentous words.
The 50th anniversary of the March on Washington marks a day to reflect on past struggles and look to a hopeful future, civil rights activist Rev. Jesse Jackson told WTOP Wednesday.
Like the rest of the nation, Virginia is marking the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I have a Dream" speech.
Members of the public are being invited to hear a performance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream" speech at Baltimore's City Hall.