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“Let Us March On…” reimagines the historic March on Washington blending live actors and multimedia footage. Written by acclaimed playwright and director Nikki Toombs, this one-night-only performance will transport you back to August 28, 1963, with soul-stirring gospel from Mahalia Jackson and electrifying speeches from organizers John Lewis, Daisy Bates, Bayard Rustin and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s iconic “I Have a Dream.”
The all-star cast features award-winning Broadway actress Maiesha McQueen as Mahalia Jackson, Brad Raymond as the Docent (narrator), and Cameron Southerland as March organizer A. Phillip Randolph, with choreography by Victor Jackson and music direction by Dr. Emorja Roberson.
Experience the March and be inspired to continue the fight for justice today. Get your tickets now to support The Center!
Presented by the National Center for Civil and Human Rights as part of its annual Power to Inspire event.
On August 28, 1963, more than 250,000 people gathered for a landmark event that forever shaped American history: a march to the Lincoln Memorial that culminated in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s iconic “I Have a Dream” speech. The extraordinary success of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom paved the way for passage of transformative civil and voting rights legislation.
Scenes from the March:
Our Power to Inspire event is the single largest gathering of The Center’s community each year. We celebrate individuals who have made a significant impact to protect the rights of others. Support from Power to Inspire ensures The Center can deliver on our mission: inspiring people to tap their own power to change the world around them. If you have questions, please contact us at [email protected].
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