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Teens reflect on changes since the March on Washington
Much has changed for the last three generations of 17-year-old Charles Evans' family. His grandfather participated in the March on Washington, but he still dared not dream that a black man would become president, Evans said. When Evans' father later joked that he wanted to be the first African-American president, his grandfather dismissed the idea.
By Liz Bowie, The Baltimore Sun
August 28, 2013