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    Viola Daniels, 80, and Joan Kelley, 74, were here 50 years ago.
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    Rev Diane Dougherty, 68, of the ARCWR, came in from Ga. Share with us on Twitter using the hashtag #IMarchFor or tell us here: http://abcn.ws/1dcgJJD
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    Tylik Hunter, 12, says, "I feel excited that I'm here celebrating what happened 50 years ago."
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    Todd Endo attended the '63 March with the Japanese American Citizens League.
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    Mark Barden's son, Daniel, was killed in Newtown, Conn.
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    Tracey Redd, from Washington D.C., came for his grandparents. "They marched so we have the freedom we have today."
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    Lajuan Woodland, 52, from Washington D.C.
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    Lori Dendy, 71, attended '63 March on Washington.
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    Peter and Paul of Peter, Paul and Mary.
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    Ernie Green, of the Little Rock 9, says, "The March is not a guarantee. It is an opening."
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