#MOW50 Civil rights campaigner and organizer Karen House holds up buttons for the ‘March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom,’ several weeks before the August 28, 1963 event. The buttons, which depict a black hand and a white hand clasped in solidarity, were supplied by the NAACP. Photo by Arnold Sachs/Getty Images.

#MOW50 Civil rights campaigner and organizer Karen House holds up buttons for the ‘March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom,’ several weeks before the August 28, 1963 event. The buttons, which depict a black hand and a white hand clasped in solidarity, were supplied by the NAACP. Photo by Arnold Sachs/Getty Images.

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