The Aug. 28, 1963, March on Washington was one of the largest civil liberties rallies in the history of the United States. However, as the days and months after Martin Luther King's speech demonstrated and as our nation's current racial tensions illustrate, the march was unable to eradicate racism, and incapable of universally accomplishing racial equality. The reason is quite simple: the March on Washington, as significant as it was, could not change the human heart inclined toward sin.