The 1963 March, 40 Years Later: Part V

Producer Phillip Martin talks with preachers and teachers, lawyers and laborers who jammed the highways leading to Washington, D.C., for the historic March on Washington. Forty years have passed, and not everyone sees the events and lessons of that day in the same way. Hear the final installment of a five-part series from the WGBH archive, "The 1963 March, 40 Years Later."

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