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March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. President John F. Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson meeting with leaders of the March on Washington, August 2. Leaders include Willard Wirtz, Martin Luther King, Jr., Eugene Carson Blake, Walter Reuther, A. Philip Randolph, John Lewis, Whitney Young, Mathew Ahmann, Joachim Prinz, Roy Wilkins, John Lewis, and Floyd Mc.
Kissick. Photographed by Cecil W. Stoughton. Retrieved from: http: //commons. File: JFK_meets_with_leaders_of_March_on_Washington_8- 2.
March on Washington Program, August 28, 1963. Program for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, August 28, 1963. Institution: Bayard Rustin Papers; John F. Kennedy Library; National Archives and Records Administration. Official Program for the March on Washington. This essay provides background and context for the Official Program for the March on Washington. Citation: March on Washington (Program), 08/28/1963; Bayard Rustin Papers; John F. Kennedy Library; National Archives and Records Administration. Photograph, 'Civil Rights March on Washington, D. C.', 08/28/1963; NWDNS-306-SSM. . 1963. 1963 March on Washington A 1963 Universal International newsreel report on the largest peaceful demonstration in the history of the United States shows scenes. Program ID: 10928-1 Category: Short Subject Format.
Connection with the Washington March rif August 28, 1963: 'The Washington March of August 28th is more than just a demon. March on Washington, Program, 8/28/63 Keywords: Civil Rights Movement, Southern Freedom Movement.