The March on Washington, Bruce Hartford.
History and Description of the March (History & Timeline)
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
Address to the March on Washington by Josephine Baker
Pledge (Read by A. Phillip Randolp and affirmed by the mass of marchers. Later mailed to civil rights supporters.)
The Meaning of the March on Washington, Bayard Rustin, 1963.
The Detroit March & March on Washington, SCLC reprint. Author & date unknown.
Seeds of Liberation "...the First Wave", Dave Delinger, Liberation magazine. Editorial, September 1963
August 28—Anniversary of Dream Reborn, editors, Freedomways. 3rd Quarter, 1965
The Rolling of the Busses, Bruce Hartford. 2012.
Louis Armmand: It Was the Apogee of People's Aspirations Kay Boyle: No Other Place to Be Courtland Cox: 60th Anniversary Remembrance of the March on Washington Fatima Cortez: Any Kind of Revolution is About Change James Garrett: An 'I Was There Moment' 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
See also March on Washington 1963 for web links.
See also March on Washington & "I Have a Dream" Speech for books.