Washington March

Washington March
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  • On December 1961, A. Philip Randolph and Bayard Justin begin planning the march. They later publicly announce their march in June 1963 as "The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom"
  • Lets do a march!
  • They also negotiated with President Kennedy in order to establish security, reporters and other elements needed
  • We need...
  • On 28 August 1963, about 200000 people gathered at the march to support their cause
  • FREEDOM!!
  • Many inspirational leaders spoke at the march such as John Lewis and Roy Wilkins 
  • John Lewis - Leader of Nonviolent Student committee
  • Roy Wilkins - advocate for advancement of coloured people
  • Martin Luther King had also done his famous "I have a dream" 
  • I have a dream...
  • The march left a big impact on America and there were talks about it for months afterwards
  • Have you heard about that march?
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