Shamsud-Din Haddad, 39, DC: “I came so I could be a part of history. My mother
Shamsud-Din Haddad, 39, DC: “I came so I could be a part of history. My mother came to the original march, when she was 12. There is no better time for history to start than now. In 50 years, we should have a unified agenda to combat recent changes, especially in the changes in voter laws."
Kimberly Williams, 43, Charlotte, N.C.: “I came because my family is very strong on civil rights. We have the media and I love the media. We also need people to authenticate the message on a grassroots level. I’m here to take back what I saw and heard—to keep it real. The recession put us all on the same playing field, I hope in 50 years, we’ll continue to come together for the greater good."