Please join us for a free preview screening of The March.
WKNO is commemorating the 50th Anniversary of The March on Washington with a special preview screening of the upcoming PBS documentary The March, plus the debut of interviews with Representative Johnnie Turner and Joan Nelson, Memphians who participated in the March 50 years ago.
Saturday, August 24, 2:00 p.m.
WKNO Digital Media Center
7151 Cherry Farms Road in Cordova
Tickets are free, but seating is limited. Please reserve your tickets now.
More about The March:
Witness the compelling and dramatic story of the 1963 March on Washington, where Dr. Martin Luther King gave his stirring "I Have a Dream” speech. This watershed event in the Civil Rights Movement helped change the face of America. The film reveals the dramatic story behind the event through the remembrances of key players such as Jack O’Dell, Clarence B. Jones, Julian Bond and Andrew Young. Supporters and other testimonials of the March include Harry Belafonte, Diahann Carroll, Roger Mudd, Peter Yarrow and Oprah Winfrey, in addition to historians, journalists, authors and ordinary citizens who joined some 250,000 Americans who thronged to the capital on that momentous day to peacefully demand an end to two centuries of discrimination and injustice.
Major funding for The March, Memories of the March and The March @50 is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting’s Diversity and Innovation Fund which supports content that engages diverse viewers and encourages the use of emerging technologies to reach new audiences and PBS. WKNO gratefully acknowledges additional support from The National Civil Rights Museum for our local project surrounding The March.
WKNO's broadcast of The March is made possible, in part, by
Bowden Internal Medicine
National Civil Rights Museum
Saint Francis Hospital - Memphis
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