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Pushing the Time for Change

Pushing the Time for Change

The Reverend Dr. Harold Middlebrook, a leader in the civil rights movement and close friend of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., gives a first-hand account of the organizing efforts he and his late colleagues made to motivate churches, labor unions and individuals in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia to attend the 1963 March on Washington.
Clip 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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Length 56:46 Premiere Date 9/9/13

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