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Dear Friend,

Today, we remember a sweltering summer day in 1963 that changed history.

Fifty years have passed since the historic March on Washington. Yet one constant continues to guide us....

The power to change — the power to right what is wrong — lies with the people.

To mark the occasion, I recorded a special message for you…please take a moment now to listen.

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Sarah Brady [Photo] 100Sincerely,
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Sarah Brady
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

 

[object Object]View from the Lincoln Memorial on August 28, 1963 (Photo credit: Library of Congress)

Fifty years ago, my husband Jim stood on the National Mall — shoulder-to-shoulder with activists from around the country — as Dr. King shared his dream.

To mark the occasion, I recorded a special message for you…please take a moment now to listen.

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