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THE MARCH

The Civil Rights Movement Goes National

  • Aired: 08/27/2013
  • 04:22
  • Rating: NR
Learn about A. Philip Randolph’s early union organizing, and his contribution to organizing The March, especially his insistence that the focus of civil rights organizing should be Washington D.C.
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How The March was organized and why Washington was picked.
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