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The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. waved to supporters on the Mall during the "March on Washington" on Aug. 28, 1963.
King delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech at the rally.
King acknowledged the crowd at the Lincoln Memorial.
Demonstrators gathered at the Washington Monument grounds, before marching to the Lincoln Memorial.
King (center left, with arms raised) marched along Constitution Avenue with other civil rights protesters.
The rally on the National Mall would become the defining civil rights gathering in the United States.
Civil Rights leaders posed in the Lincoln Memorial during the "March on Washington."
Cecil Stoughton/White House/John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library, Boston
King (third from left) and other civil rights leaders met with President John F. Kennedy at the White House.
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