50th Anniversary of the Historic March on Washington

Join us to March for the Dream on August 24!

This month marks the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. In 1963, the March on Washington was the largest mass protest in American history when and women and men, young and old from all different backgrounds came together to express their hopes for freedom, justice and change.

The work that began 50 years ago continues today in light of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision this June to gut the Voting Rights Act by removing one of its key enforcement mechanisms. The Court’s decision erased fundamental protections against racial discrimination in voting that have worked to protect our democracy for over 40 years.

When: Saturday, August 24, 2013 8 AM - 2:00 PM
Where: The Lincoln Memorial, National Mall, Washington, DC

Transportation to DC: Buses from around the country will be coming to Washington DC to celebrate this historic event. If you are interested in attending from afar, please check out the bus information page from the National Action Network or call (877) 626-4651.

Volunteer Opportunities: A large group of dedicated volunteers who are willing to help out is needed for this historic event. If you are interested in learning more please contact Matthew Rubin at mrr@cgkpartners.com.

Social Media: Use the hash tag #Action4theDream when sharing pictures and information about the March on Twitter or Facebook. You can also follow this hash tag for updates on the day of the event if you are unable to attend.