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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - Wade Henderson
Organizers are turning the 50th anniversary celebration of the March on Washington into far more than a history lesson — vowing to use the commemoration to push for voting rights, immigration reform and gay rights, and underscoring just how much the civil rights movement has transformed.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor this week gave no hint of what the Supreme Court is going to do on the question of whether President Obama's signature health care overhaul law is constitutional.
Mr. Henderson said that despite deep divides on Capitol Hill, his coalition has not encountered opposition to their bid to link the 1963 march for jobs and economic freedom to an array of modern issues.
"We may have come from different places ... but we're all in the same boat now," he said, evoking a quote in which King referred to coming from "different ships" before uniting in solidarity.