Girl at March on Washington, 1963

Children's Books to Celebrate the 1963 March on Washington

The 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom called on the United States to hold to its promise of freedom and justice for all, not just for the few. Though we have come far, the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of freedom and equality, proclaimed that day, remains to be fully realized. The books below are a good place for preschoolers and other young children to begin learning about the March on Washington, MLK, Jr., and the Civil Rights Movement.

Teens doing music production

Studio NPL Summer in Review

Art and music production camps, daily 3D design and robotics, and a whole lot of what Studio NPL calls HOMAGO: Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out.

Front cover of 1969-70 Bailey School PTA yearbook

Bailey School PTA

As another school year begins, thousands of parents will reconvene together with local schoolteachers in parent-teacher organizations and associations.