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The March @50

Episode 4 | Freedom

8:02:00

Since the 1963 March black male incarceration has become a growth industry. The crime rates trend downward, yet incarceration continues to rise. How can citizens be considered free when behind bars in unprecedented numbers? Shukree seeks answers from Becky Pettit, professor of sociology at the University of Washington, and then takes these questions to his own family.

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Episode 5 | The March Forward

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

7:39

The March @50

Episode 3 | Still Segregated

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

9:40:00

The March @50

Episode 2 | Voting Rights

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

9:05:00

The March @50

Episode 1 | Jobs

Examine the state of jobs for African Americans 50 years after the March on Washington.

7:43:00

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Web Extra | Roshon

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

3:14

The March @50

Web Extra | Voting Rights

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

3:25

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The March @50 - PREVIEW

A web series by filmmaker Shukree Tilghman.

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