Scenes from March on Voting Rights – 58th Anniversary of March on Washington

August 28th is a special day for civil rights activist as it marks the anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington best remembered by Rev., Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s. iconic “I Have a Dream Speech.” Ever since Republicans felt stunned by the outcome of the 2020 election they have produced a myriad of voter laws. While they profess their motivation was to protect the right to vote, the opposite is the reality as they are aimed to thwart a person’s ability to fairly cast their ballot. Led by democrats and progressives the day was used as a nationwide “March on Voting Rights.” These are a few scenes of the event held in the District of Columbia.


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