The 1963 March on Washington

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Meant for young readers, this is part of a series of books about the Civil Rights movement. This title highlights the important march in 1963 in which 250,000 people of all ages and races gathered in Washington, D.C. to peacefully protest for equal treatment for all American citizens. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his famous I Have a Dream speech on this day in front of the Lincoln Memorial. Features dozens of historic photographs and a glossary of terms. Ages 9-12. Hardcover; 24 pages.

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