The Legacy - Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr., Founder and President of the the Rainbow Push Coalition reflects on the civil rights movement and its legacy.
The March - Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul & Mary shares his recollection of being invited to perform at the March and his experience that day.
The Movement - Pat Patton, a native of Detroit shares her personal story, including her recollection of Detroit Walk to Freedom.
The Legacy - Rev. Samuel "Billy" Kyles recounts the final hours of Dr. King's life and the tragedy that occurred at the Lorraine Motel on April 4, 1968.
The Movement - The former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, recounts meeting Dr. King and joining him in the Civil Rights Movement.
The Legacy - The former President of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists discusses the union's role in assisting with mobilization effort for the March.
The Movement - Grace Bazmore shares her experiences of participating in the Civil Rights Movement.
The March - James Schaller covered the March on Washington for the ILGWU's Solidarity Newspaper. He shares his recollection of the day.
The Movement - The former president of the SCLC Houston Chapter, discusses Dr. King's experiences in Texas.
The Legacy - The founder and chairman of American Indians in Film and Television, discusses the impact of the Movement on Native Americans.
The March - David Auspitz attended the March on Washington at the age of 17. He shares his personal recollection of the experience.
The Movement - The co-founder and President Emeritus of the SCLC shares his recollections of the March on Washington.
The Movement - Former U.S. Senator Harris Wofford of Pennsylvania, discusses the Kennedy Administration, Civil Rights and Dr. King.
The Legacy - Congressman Steny Hoyer of Maryland reflects on the messages of the Civil Rights Movement and the message of hope.
The Movement - Rev. Horace Sheffield III speaks about the planning of the March Dr. King's relationship with Civil Rights Organizations in early 1960s.
The Movement - The president and CEO of the National Urban League reflects on the Civil Rights Movement and Dr. King's vision.
Edith Lee-Payne, who attended the March on Washington on her 12th birthday, speaks about how this event influenced her life.
The Movement - Congressman James Clyburn of South Carolina reflects on his own civil rights activism and the March on Washington.
Darryl Walker attended the March on Washington in 1963, and shares his recollections of the day and its legacy.
The Movement - The Tenn. State Rep. shares her story of riding the desegregated buses in Memphis and how Dr. King's message impacted her.
The Legacy - The Ala. Congresswoman reflects on the lasting impact of the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala. in Sept. 1963.
The Movement - Elaine Lee Turner speaks about her role working for the NAACP in Memphis during the March on Washington in 1963.
The Legacy - Harold Epps shares his personal story of integrating his school in 1962 and legacy of the Civil Rights Movement.
The Movement - Rev. Nicholas Hood, Sr. discusses life in Detroit before and during the Civil Rights Movement and shares his experience at the March.
The Movement - The Director of Civil and Human Rights for United Auto Workers discusses the role of Walter Reuther and the UAW in the March.
The Movement - Judge Brenda Hill Cole discusses the student Civil Rights movement in Atlanta, including a protest where Dr. King was arrested.
The Legacy - Carla Harris, Managing Partner at Morgan Stanley discusses the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King and the March on Washington.
The Movement - Various participants of the Detroit Walk to Freedom, June 1963, discuss how this march impacted the August 1963 March on Washington.
The Movement - The Chief Organizer and Chairman of the Atlanta Student Movement discusses the Student Movement and the March.
The March - Rep. John Lewis of Ga. describes the prep for the March and the impact of A. Philip Randolph and other Civil Rights leaders.
The Legacy - Mark Segal, Gay Rights Pioneer, discusses the legacy of the Civil Rights Movement and how it impacted the fight for LGBT rights.
Cecelia Hayden-Smith, Washington, DC resident, discusses some perceptions of the March on Washington in 1963, and the legacy of the March.
The March - Joan Nelson speaks about her experience at the March, and how the crowd carried her to the front of the Lincoln Memorial.
The Legacy - Photographer Roy Lewis shares his personal recollections of various Civil Rights events at which he was present.
The March - The founder of the National Civil Rights Museum discusses the impact of the March on the wider Civil Rights Movement.
The Movement - Charles Black, member of the Atlanta Student Movement reflects on the student non-violence movement.
The president of the Detroit Branch, NAACP, discusses how Civil Rights demonstrations were organized and the global legacy of the Movement.
The Movement - Civil Rights Activist Mamie Chalmers shares her experience of protesting in Birmingham, Alabama and being sprayed with a fire hose.
The Movement - Kathryn Sheffield recounts her experiences at the March on Washington and growing up in the Civil Rights Movement.
The Movement - Delores Bradley recalls her experiences living in Detroit during the Civil Rights era.
The Movement - Ron Scott talks about his participation in the June 1963 Detroit Walk to Freedom and the days leading up to the event.
The Movement - Rudy Simons speaks about his experiences at the 1963 Detroit Walk to Freedom and the 1965 Selma to Montgomery Marches.
Booker Moten recalls the 1963 Detroit Walk to Freedom, and the impact it had on the city during the Civil Rights Movement.
The Movement - Janet Huff describes her experiences with racism in Detroit during the Civil Rights Era, and the impact of the leaders of the Movement.
The Movement - Alfonso Bell discusses growing up in Detroit in the 1940s and the preparations and impact of the 1963 Detroit Walk to Freedom.
The March - Rev. Walter Chalmers speaks about his participation in the March on Washington and the legacy of the Civil Rights Movement.
The Movement - Elmore Nickelberry recounts his experience of the 1968 Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike, and Dr. King's participation in the event.
The Movement - The Founder and Executive Director of the Black Heritage Society, Inc. discusses the different camps of the Civil Rights Movement.
Civil Rights Leader Rev. C.T. Vivian shares his experiences in the Civil Rights Movement and reflects on the method of non-violent direct action.
The Movement - The Founder of The HistoryMakers recounts watching the March on television as a young girl and the promise of the Civil Rights Movement.
Ernest Green, one of the Little Rock 9, shares his personal story of integrating Little Rock Central High School in 1957.
The Legacy - The President and CEO of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation, discusses the legacy of the March.
The Legacy - Rep. Judy Chu of Calif., Chair of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus, discusses the impact of the March on other U.S. movements.
The Legacy - Yvette Miley talks about the legacy of the March on Washington and Civil Rights Movement.
The Legacy - Robert Traynham discusses the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the impact of the Civil Rights Movement.
The March - Quentin Lawson, former Executive Director, National Alliance of Black School Educators, shares his recollection of the March.