“54 Years and Still Marching” Rally in Annapolis.

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The Caucus of African American Leaders, the Anne Arundel County NAACP, the Anne Arundel County Young Democrats, the Japanese American Citizens League and other groups organized a rally in Annapolis commemorating Martin Luther King’s speech, “I Have A Dream”. Called “54 Years and Still Marching,” the march included many speakers as well as various musical performances.

Many carried photos of victims of hate crimes.
Many carried photos of victims of hate crimes.
Lea Foster shares her thoughts regarding the demonstration
Lea Fraiser shares her thoughts regarding the demonstration
Commemoration of the Original March on Washington in Annapolis MD
Commemoration of the Original March on Washington in Annapolis MD
Annapolis rally commemorating original Civil Rights March on Washington 54 years ago
Annapolis rally commemorating original Civil Rights March on Washington 54 years ago
Annapolis celebrates Martin Luther King's “I Have A Dream” speech on Aug. 28, 1963
Annapolis celebrates Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” speech on Aug. 28, 1963
A diverse group of dynamic speakers shared their thoughts and stories at the rally in Annapolis
A diverse group of dynamic speakers shared their thoughts and stories at the rally in Annapolis

John Wells attended the 1968 March on Washington and continues to be active in city and national politics.

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