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Linda Chapin Remembers The March

  • Aired: 08/26/2013
  • 02:40
  • Rating: NR
The fight for civil rights has been at the heart of Linda Chapin’s adult life. Growing up in the South, Chapin remembers her parents talking about civil rights as a moral issue of right, wrong and fairness. She attended the March on Washington on her 22nd birthday, unaware of the impact it would have on her life 50 years later.
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Linda Chapin remembers attending the March on Washington as a college student.
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