Black Unemployment 50 Years After the March on Washington

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The 1963 March on Washington was billed as a march for “Jobs and Freedom.” In the first installment of the Web series The March @50, filmmaker Shukree Tilghman asks if America has delivered on the marchers’ demands for more access to employment.

The March @50 is a 5-part web series brought to you by the PBS Black Culture Connection. We’ll be posting subsequent episodes here in the days and weeks to come.

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  • Anonymous

    No matter how enlightened the world becomes, it seems as if corruption, dishonesty, intolerance, ignorance, selfishness, oppression, bigotry, inequality, and destruction of all good things just keeps coming back.