“As we commemorate the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington that galvanized thousands from across our nation in a collective call for racial equity and social justice, six decades later, the urgency of this appeal endures to this day. From racially motivated shootings, including this weekend’s shocking hate crime in Jacksonville, Florida, to the frequency of cases reaching the Supreme Court aimed at upending our civil rights, it is important we continue to uphold Dr. King`s vision of a just world for all free from bias and prejudice. The urgency of our actions and not words to combat mounting threats to our democracy will help define how we move forward as a nation in realizing Dr. King`s dream of equity and fairness.”