Next week we will commemorate the 57thAnniversary of the March on Washington, with a coalition of partners and participating organizations

Coming days after both the Democratic National Convention and the Republican National Convention, the 2020 Virtual March on Washington will set forth a bold new Black agenda — advocating for comprehensive reform, economic empowerment, and equitable access to health care, education, and the ballot box. 

Our programming on Thursday, August 27 and Friday, August 28 will include greetings from civil rights and social justice leaders; remarks from voices such as Stacey Abrams, Rep. Brenda Lawrence, Mayor Steve Benjamin, Yusef Salaam, Rev. Leah Daughtry, and Tamika Mallory; performances from H.E.R., BB Winans, Lisa Ramey, a keynote from Rev. William Barber II, and much more.  

You can watch it all at  Mark your calendars. Make a plan to tune in.