August 28th will mark the 60th anniversary of the March On Washington for Jobs and Freedom and of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s ‘I Have A Dream’ speech.

We invite you to be a part of our Dream Again, March Forward experiences, focused on commemorating + committing to creating the Beloved Community.

‘I Have a Dream, What’s Yours?’ YOUTH FORUM, streaming August 28th at 10:30am ET, on YouTube, our social media platforms (@TheKingCenter), and on this website. This is a must-experience educational and inspirational event for youth, educators, schools, classrooms, and families.


RETHINK PODCAST episode, with Dr. Bernice A. King, CEO of The King Center, and Stacey Abrams, Chair, Walters Center for Race and Black Politics, Howard University.

Streaming August 28th at 7pm ET, on YouTube, our social media platforms (@TheKingCenter), and on this website.

In this insightful and extremely informative conversation on ‘Voting, Economics, and Empowering the Next Generation of Leadership,’ Dr. King and Ms. Abrams discuss the March On Washington, ‘I Have A Dream,’ and how both are relevant and can galvanize us for strategic, humane change today.

This is the first episode of a six-part ReThink Podcast series on Protest, Power, and Progress: What Nonviolent Direct Action Can Do.

SOCIAL MEDIA MOMENTS purposed to inspire for personal, relational, local, cultural, national, and global change. Follow us @TheKingCenter on X (formerly Twitter), Facebook and Instagram. Post Friday, August 25 – Monday, August 28 using the hashtags #DreamAgainMarchForward #WorkingOnADream #TheKingCenter #MLK.

Message from Dr. Bernice A. King, CEO of The King Center

“Let’s Dream Again and March Forward. What the March was about then can be embraced for progress now – Economic and racial justice; hope; unified power for good; and nonviolent strategy and direct action.

On August 28, 1963, an estimated 250,000 people gathered at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., for the historic March, a powerful protest that incorporated Ten Demands of the federal government. At the March, my father, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., gave his prolific ‘I Have a Dream’ speech, advocating for economic and racial justice for Black Americans and conveying his dream that, in summary, was about creating the Beloved Community.

The Beloved Community is not a colorblind society where we ignore and don’t educate on injustice; but a just, humane society where we’ve worked to eradicate poverty, racism, militarism and all of their offspring.”