Voting Rights Protests Mark March On Washington 58th Anniversary

(Washington, DC) — Fifty-thousand people are expected to gather Saturday in Washington, DC to mark the 58th anniversary of Martin Luther King Junior’s March on Washington with another march. It’s being called March On for Voting Rights. Civil rights leaders including Martin Luther King the Third, Andrea Waters King, and the Reverend Al Sharpton will lead marches in Washington, Houston, Miami, Phoenix, and more than 40 other cities. The marches are aimed at demanding the protection of voting rights.