The King Center and Discovery Education invite high school students across our nation to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington. Hear from legendary civil rights activists as they recount their personal stories of 50 years of struggle, and together we can both celebrate the activism of the past and inspire the activism of the present.
Experience a two-hour virtual field trip that brings together the voices of civil rights activists who changed our world and the experiences of leaders who are spearheading critical issues facing our nation today.
Hugh B. Price, Senior Fellow,Economic Studies Brookings Institute
Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education
March to Justice
50 Years of Struggle: Youth Driving Economics, Education and Social Change
Dr. Angela Farris Watkins
Ambassador Andrew Young, Civil Rights Activist
Carolyn McKinstry, Survivor, 16th Street Baptist Church bombing
Dr. Angela Farris Watkins, Civil Rights Activist
William Leventhal, Civil Rights Author
Sinclair Blue, Student Leader, School Without Walls
Chancellor Kaya Henderson
District of Columbia Public Schools