50 Years After March on Washington, Tens of Thousands Say Struggle for MLK’s “Dream” Continues

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Tens of thousands of people gathered in the nation’s capital on Saturday to mark the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, originally held on August 28, 1963.

Bonnie Sandy‘s insight:

I’m prepping  for a discussion via Google hangouts on Air,  on technology’s role in  facilitating the dream with other black technologist across the nation. August 28th  at , 8-10pm  sign up  for updates http://goo.gl/TjWsTx/

Andreas T. Jackson Digital media specialist

Jim NeusomeUrbanTechFfair

Kalimah Priforce

Lionel SpearmanTop Flight

Michael Green

Monique Berry Black Data Processing AssociatesBDPA

Patrick Diamitani Student  app developer Active in Black student Tech NY

Wesley "CAP" KABAILA Friends of the African Union USA BureauBonnie Sandy TibiaeTech

 details  http://goo.gl/TjWsTx/


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