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Al Sharpton announces march in Washington on anniversary of historic demonstration

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Sharpton announced a march on Washington on August 28, the anniversary of the March on Washington where MLK made his famous "I Have a Dream" speech.
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Al Sharpton Announces New March on Washington Reverend Al Sharpton shared the news during a memorial service for George Floyd on Thursday. The march, set to take place on August 28, will be led by the families of black people killed by police, including George Floyd's family. Al Sharpton, via George...

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