the beginnging of the washington march.

the beginnging of the washington march.
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Early on that morning of August , 28, 1963 a half a million people were walking the March On Washington . the people who didn’t want blacks and white to be separate wanted to stop the crime against blacks and whites.

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  • I really hope that segregation will be over soon .
  • I really hope my baby doesn't have to grow up like I did.
  • the march on washington
  • good morning Washington D.C i'm just going to wait until more arrive.
  • Early on  that morning of August , 28, 1963 a half a million people were walking the March On Washington .  the people who didn’t want blacks and white to be separate wanted to stop the crime against blacks and whites. 
  • The March On Washington had several people come out . When A. Phillip Randolph( a american political leader )called for a March on Washington , D.C. to draw attention to exclusion to blacks from positions in the national defense. African american were still fighting for equal rights everyday.
  • thank you president Lyndon, i have waited for this since i was a little boy sir.
  • at the march on washington more an more people joined then we finally stopped , we arrived at the lincoln meroimal.
  • john lewis.
  • roy wilkins
  • every one waiting for the speakers to speak about the segragation and how we can make the south side better. the walk went well 
  •  Months later Martin Luther King, Jr., talks with President Lyndon B. Johnson and others  December 3, 1963. Johnson and King had a personal relationship and talked on a regular basis about civil rights issues. Johnson invited King to the White House on numerous occasions, and telephoned him in person to discuss how to collaborate their efforts for racial equality. 
  • Martin Luther King Jr. gave his famous "I Have a Dream" speech at the Lincoln Memorial. The march was organized by the "Big Six" leaders of the civil rights movement: A. Philip Randolph, Whitney M. Young Jr., Martin Luther King Jr., James Farmer, Roy Wilkins and John Lewis.
  • A. Philip Randolph
  • martin luther king.
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