Here are more additions to The Best Resources About The March On Washington:
50th Anniversary of the ‘I Have a Dream’ speech is an Associated Press interactive.
Voices for Equality is a video selection from The New York Times of “A selection of speeches since Martin Luther King Jr.’s address at the Lincoln Monument on Aug. 28, 1963, that have influenced the perceptions of race in America.”
Six amazing photos from the 1963 March on Washington is from The Washington Post.
These ten charts show the black-white economic gap hasn’t budged in 50 years is also from The Washington Post.
Ten charts show how the U.S. has changed for the better since MLK’s speech is from The Washington Post.
50 Years of the Civil-Rights Movement—in 10 Charts is from The Daily Beast.
President Obama shows the progress we’ve made. His speech shows how terribly we’ve failed. is from The Washington Post.
Revisiting Martin Luther King’s 1963 Dream speech is a photo gallery from The Boston Globe.