America's Great Outdoors
50 years ago today (August 28, 1963), hundreds of thousands of Americans of all colors, races, and creeds joined in a peaceful demonstration in Washington, D.C. The event reached its dramatic climax at the Lincoln Memorial with music, prayers, remarks, and Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legendary “I Have A Dream” speech. This moment was a turning point in American history that set our nation on the path to full equality and justice under the law.Here is one of our favorite photos of the exact spot Dr. King stood 50 years ago. Photo: Brandon Kopp

50 years ago today (August 28, 1963), hundreds of thousands of Americans of all colors, races, and creeds joined in a peaceful demonstration in Washington, D.C. The event reached its dramatic climax at the Lincoln Memorial with music, prayers, remarks, and Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legendary “I Have A Dream” speech. This moment was a turning point in American history that set our nation on the path to full equality and justice under the law.

Here is one of our favorite photos of the exact spot Dr. King stood 50 years ago. 

Photo: Brandon Kopp

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