The 1963 March, 40 Years Later: Part IV On the morning of Aug. 28, 1963, preachers, teachers, lawyers and laborers jammed the highways leading to Washington, D.C. They were there to make civil rights history. In the fourth installment of a five-part series from the WGBH Archive, producer Phillip Martin brings us historic radio coverage from the March on Washington.
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The 1963 March, 40 Years Later: Part IV

Only Available in Archive Formats.
The 1963 March, 40 Years Later: Part IV

The 1963 March, 40 Years Later: Part IV

The 1963 March, 40 Years Later: Part IV

Only Available in Archive Formats.

On the morning of Aug. 28, 1963, preachers, teachers, lawyers and laborers jammed the highways leading to Washington, D.C. They were there to make civil rights history. In the fourth installment of a five-part series from the WGBH Archive, producer Phillip Martin brings us historic radio coverage from the March on Washington.