On August 2013 thousands will gather to commemorate the Anniversary March on Washington. To help continue the fight for civil liberties, civil rights, voting rights, and economic freedom and opportunity for all.
August 1963 - The Civil Rights march on Washington, D. for Jobs and Freedom culminates with Dr. Martin Luther King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Over people participated in the march for equal rights.
This souvenir is representative of the unification seen across America for the Civil Rights Movement, the Movement fought for the desires of a multitude of people which garnered more support for peace.
On August 1963 Martin Luther King Jr. says his "I have a dream" speech. This speech sought to give African Americans more rights. After this speech he became a major leader for the civil rights movement.