As the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom approaches, we are reminded how far we have come on issues of racial and social injustice but also how much farther we have to go. When A. Phillip Randolph organized and planned the 1963 march, he aimed to address issues of racial inequality that plagued our country, and he looked to Washington as the key to changing this country forever.
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