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PHOTOS: We Marched With Martin

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

Take a look at some photos from today’s very special event in Washington.

Photos of: Drum Major Institute Chairman and Why Tuesday? co-founder William Wachtel, Senator Harris Wofford, Ambassador Andrew Young and his wife Carolyn, Congressman John Dingell, Why Tuesday? Executive Director Jacob Soboroff, and unsung Civil Rights hero Meshulam Riklis with his wife Tally.

If you have trouble viewing the slide show, check out the photos on Flickr. We’ll be uploading video of the event soon.

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