March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, August 28, 1963
Articles & Memories by Freedom Movement Veterans


Articles From CRMVets History & Timeline

The March on Washington, Bruce Hartford.

History and Description of the March (History & Timeline)

March Program & Speeches

March on Washington Demands

List of speakers & entertainers. (Does not include some unscheduled speakers/entertainers)

Program (Program, with statement, demands, & route map)

Original Speech of John Lewis —  Speech of John Lewis as Given

I Have a Dream, speech by Martin Luther King, August 28, 1963

Articles by Freedom Movement Veterans

The Meaning of the March on Washington, Bayard Rustin, 1963.

The Detroit March & March on Washington, SCLC reprint. Author & date unknown.

Memories of the March

Louis Armmand: It Was the Apogee of People's Aspirations
Fatima Cortez: Any Kind of Revolution is About Change
Joanne Gavin: You Couldn't Help But be Awestruck by the Crowd
Nan Grogan: The March: It Was Like a Glacier Moving Down the Avenue
Bruce Hartford: Nothing But Busses
Joyce Ladner: The March on Washington
Avon Rollins Sr: August 28th 1963 — the March on Washington
Danny Schechter: Remembering the March on Washington in 1963
Peter Sussman: The March: A View From the Crowd
Monte Wasch: One of the Most Electrifying Moments I've Ever Had
Bob Zellner: The March on Washington

See also Documents From the March on Washington

See also March on Washington 1963 for web links.

See also March on Washington & "I Have a Dream" Speech for books.

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