March on washington

March on washington

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  • We do not serve blacks.
  • African Americans were still suffering from unemployment and segregation once slavery ended. They also needed there voting rights back.
  • I have a Dream...
  • On August 28, 1963, more than 200,00 people participated in the March on Washington. This protest had African Americans, along with whites who felt that everyone should be equal.
  • We have to do this.
  • Make America Great again!!!
  • Then around 250,000 people gathered around the Lincoln Memorial, to get the governments attention. Multiple civil right icons gave speeches to give the protesters courage.
  • This is where Martin Luther King Jr. gave his ''I Have a Dream.'' speech. This speech is now very well known as the start of the civil rights movement.
  • All of this pressured the government of the United States, to give African Americans the same rights that white people had. Lyndon B. Johnson saw this and had to make a move.
  • Then, Lyndon B. Johnson, who was president at the time initiated a strong federal civil rights bill in Congress.
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