National NewsVideo Students Unite in D.C. for HBCU March of the Generations Jaquatte WilliamsSeptember 4, 20201 min read One day after the March on Washington, another highly celebrated event took place in the nation’s capital: the HBCU March of the Generations. The Live Movement teamed up with Long Live GoGo The Movement to host the event on Saturday. With multi-generational attendees from across the country, the march celebrated the beauty in blackness and HBCUs while advocating for what organizers say is a desperately needed change in the world right now. Jaquatte Williams, an editor for 101 Magazine and NewsVision reporter, shines a light on the beauty and power associated with marching and peaceful protest. (HUNS) Related HBCU March of the Generations Long Live GoGo The Movement peaceful protest The Live Movement Top Story Jaquatte Williams View all posts Reopening Colleges Leads to 3,000 COVID-19 Cases a Day, Study Shows Give Me Liberty or Give Me Sickness?