March on Washington

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August 23rd, 1963 Sweat dripping on the late summer afternoon 250,000 people of all color United, as one Witnessing the new beginning Walking together Without facebook, and internet
Roses are Red Violets are blue Martain Luther King lead a march on Washington and changed civil rights forever and so can you.
Behold an August day a flock of black ravens flew their way to freedom. What else is in the air? A flock of white falcons flying in pairs with the ravens.
Now I walk History for a Dream Now I walk Forever as it seems Separate but Equal, The lie made for peace Cannot bring justice, As long as its on lease.
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