It was called the March on Washington for Jobs and Justice. Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and fellow organizer A Phillip Randolph wanted equal pay, opportunity, and union representation for blacks to be a focus of the march. Today, Prince George's County has the largest number of affluent African Americans in the country. So does that mean King's dream of equal jobs and justice has been fulfilled in Prince George's County? News4's Prince George's County Bureau Chief Tracee Wilkins reports.
An estimated quarter of a million people marched on Washington on August 28, 1968...View gallery