Vanessa Williams, who was crowned Miss America on September 17, 1983 as the first African-American to win the title, talks about why she participated in the pageant. Continue reading
Carrie Gallugi of Swampscott talks about protecting six children at the Boston Marathon bombing and how her instincts took over. Continue reading
Israeli Olympic swimmer Shlomit Nir-Toor was a survivor of the Munich Massacre at the 1972 Olympic Games. She discusses the importance of remembering the attack. Continue reading
Diane McDougall attended with her father as a young girl and recalls her memories of the March.
Ruby Dee discusses the a sea of people at the march and how America has so much hope despite its struggles. Continue reading
Reverend Willie Barrow talks about organizing The March on Washington as a logistical engineer and the role of women as civil rights leaders in the past, present, and future. Continue reading
Dorothy Height recalls the civil rights movement and what is has come to mean in modern day… Continue reading