Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly was critical of Wednesday’s (August 28) 50th anniversary of the March On Washington event in saying that no Republican speakers were invited. The conservative pundit admitted last night (August 29) on his program that he was wrong about his incorrect assumption.
The 50th anniversary of the 1963 “March On Washington” took place Wednesday (August 28) and despite wet weather conditions, the star-studded event drew thousands. With President Barack Obama delivering the anchoring speech, he and other guests delivered a message of togetherness and hope.
Today, August 28, is the 50th anniversary of the March On Washington. Watch President Obama, former President Bill Clinton and other dignitaries and celebrities spear at the Lincoln Memorial, the same place where Martin Luther King, Jr. made his famed “I Have A Dream” speech.
The city of New York is paying homage to two pinnacle Black leaders whose actions sparked new opportunities for African Americans. Two streets in Harlem are being named after civil rights leaders W.E.B. Dubois and A. Phillip Randolph. All of 145th street has been renamed A. Phillip Randolph Boulevard in honor of the labor and […]