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Memories of the March

Memories of the March

Walt Shepperd Remembers the March

Walt Shepperd recalls the comradeship and bi-racial approach to the March on Washington.

2:09

Memories of the March

Dale Tussing Remembers the March

Dale Tussing, Emeritus Professor at Syracuse University, remembers a fantastic atmosphere.

2:09

Memories of the March

A Daughter Left at Home Marches On

The daughter of a NC speaker at the March honors her father's civil rights legacy.

2:59

Memories of the March

Col. Nathan Thomas Marches On

Col. Nathan Thomas rode a bus for four days to attend the March on Washington.

2:22

Memories of the March

Dorothy Cotton

Dorothy Cotton reflects on the March and Citizenship Education Program.

2:59

Memories of the March

Francis Oliver Remembers The March

Francis Oliver reflects on racism that divided her city and the March on Washington.

2:24

Memories of the March

Joan Nelson

Joan Nelson is a retired Broadcaster and an African American historian.

4:01

Memories of the March

Johnnie Turner

Rep. Johnnie Turner serves in 108th TN Gen Assembly for Dist 85 and is a retired educator.

3:47

Memories of the March

LaVon Bracy Fights For Her Rights

LaVon Bracy reflects on being the first black student to graduate from Gainesville H.S.

Memories of the March

Leon Dukes

The March on Washington is one of the final activities Leon Dukes had with his father.

3:03

Memories of the March

Linda Chapin Remembers The March

Linda Chapin remembers attending the March on Washington as a college student.

2:40

Memories of the March

Mary Ann Gibson Remembers the March

Mary Ann Gibson attended the March on Washington and recalls the march’s peaceful spirit.

2:12

Memories of the March

Miki Conn

Miki Conn left an all-white town in NY to become an activist and organizer for the March.

3:15

Memories of the March

Pushing the Time for Change

The Reverend Dr. Harold Middlebrook gives his first-hand account of the March.

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