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August 21, 2013 1:36 AM

Events to mark 50th anniversary of March on Washington will emphasize dreams unfulfilled

Donald Cash was just a teenager in 1963 when he finished his shift at a downtown clothing store in Washington and joined the throngs marching toward the National Mall. He never got close enough to hear the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. speak, but always considered himself a beneficiary of the march as one of the first African-Americans hired to cut meat at a Giant supermarket.

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