The 1963 March, 40 Years Later

Forty years ago this week, thousands of Americans made their way to Washington, D.C., for a civil rights demonstration like no other before it. In the first of a five-part series from the WGBH archive, producer Phillip Martin paints a picture of the weeks leading up to the 1963 march.

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