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Miki Conn

Miki Conn

Miki Conn’s family was the only African American family in her Upstate New York town. Miki’s parents insisted she attend Howard University in Washington, D.C., where she became an activist and friend of Stokely Carmichael. Her interests led her to become a volunteer for the March on Washington. The skills she learned at the March inform her present-day activism.
Clip Length 03:15 Premiere: 8/25/13

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Memories of the March

About Memories of the March

Memories of The March is an online collection of local stories and memories about the March on Washington, highlighting first-person accounts from across the country.

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