WASHINGTON — The NAACP announced they will lead a “2020 Virtual March on Washington.” Civil rights leaders, activists, and families of people who have lost loved ones at the hands of police will be leading the charge. Read more.
Next Thursday, the 2020 Virtual March on Washington kicks off. The march falls on the anniversary of the historic 1963 march, where Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I have a dream” speech at a crucial juncture in the fight for civil rights. Now, the event is updated for the constraints of 2020: Viewers can take part in nearly all the programming—from keynotes speeches and calls to action to the march itself, via live stream—from the comfort and safety of their computer. Read more.
Florida Courier: NAACP Plans ‘Virtual March On Washington’ Next Month
Fifty-seven years after Martin Luther King Jr. stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and called for a better world, the NAACP will issue a new call for a “bold new Black agenda.” Read more.