Accuracy in Media

On August 28, 2010, a whole lot of people gathered at the National Mall, at the Lincoln Memorial and the reflecting pool for what the organizer, Glenn Beck, called “Restoring Honor.” This was the same location where Martin Luther King had delivered his “I have a dream” speech 47 years earlier on the same date in 1963. We decided to go down to the Mall and to talk to people and see why they were there, and get a feel for the size of the crowd. Estimates have ranged from in the 70 thousands up to over half a million. Watch our short video below to hear from a cross section of people who showed up for a variety of reasons.

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