"We have begun a political revolution to transform America and that revolution - our revolution - continues," said Sanders, to prolonged, thunderous applause.
"This is the most critical election in American history; we have five million families who long to come out from the shadows."
"Winning in a landslide" is needed now more than ever; don't count out the American people in seeing with new eyes, and what's at stake in November.
"Anyone who wants our support must bring forth a bold commitment to a pro-worker agenda," Richard Trumka said. "Hillary Clinton answered the call."
Kaine pushed the political envelope of Virginia, an erstwhile red southern state, in a progressive direction - and won; everyone agrees he's a sincere, nice guy.
"Trump is a bully and a demagogue," Sanders said; "Trump has made bigotry and hatred the cornerstone of his campaign."
The march was comprised of a vast coalition of organizations that are combating the devastating effects of climate change.
#FREEAMERICA is a multi-year culture campaign initiated by Legend to change the national conversation about our country's misguided policies.
The two hour march was conducted by delegates to the first national People's Convention of the Center for Popular Democracy.
Throughout the convention, speaker after speaker sneeringly demeaned attempts to address racism as efforts to conform to arbitrary "political correctness."