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Lincolm Memorial

August 28, 1963: My March on Washington

Janus Adams | Posted 10.28.2013 | Black Voices
Janus Adams

For hours, speakers and singers, drum majors all, kept a steady beat until the time finally came for Dr. King to ascend the podium. His familiar baritone tuned like none other, he soothed us, rallied us, commended us on to heights untold. When he raised his hand over the crowd, invoking his Dream, I felt myself soar.