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The March @50

Episode 1 | Jobs

7:43:00

The 1963 March was billed as a march for “Jobs and Freedom.” With the help of Algernon Austin from the Economic Policy Institute, and a trip to Detroit, MI, a city celebrating the 50th anniversary of its own civil rights march, Shukree examines the current state of jobs for African Americans in the US. #PBSMarch50 Visit pbs.org/march50 for more about the series.

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Episode 5 | The March Forward

How can we prepare ourselves for any civil right challenge in the future?

7:39

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Episode 4 | Freedom

How can citizens be considered "free" when incarceration rates are at historic highs?

8:02:00

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Episode 3 | Still Segregated

Why are so many American classrooms lacking diversity? Is segregation still an issue?

9:40:00

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Episode 2 | Voting Rights

Have we delivered on the promise to provide all Americans with equal access to the Vote?

9:05:00

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Clips of The March @502

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Web Extra | Roshon

Roshon Cobb of Detroit, MI rebuilds his life after prison with FOCUS: HOPE.

3:14

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Web Extra | Voting Rights

Sherrilyn Ifill and Congressman John Lewis describe the origin of the Voting Rights Act.

3:25

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Previews of The March @501

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The March @50 - PREVIEW

A web series by filmmaker Shukree Tilghman.

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