Free by '63: The March on Washington
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November 26, 2013
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An incredible amount of preparation went into the event to accommodate the hundreds of thousands of people attending from around the nation and to deal with any potential incidents.
According to the march organizers, the march would symbolize their demands of "the passage of the Kennedy Administration Civil Rights Legislation without compromise of filibuster," integration of all public schools by the end of the year, a federal program to help the unemployed, and a Federal Fair Employment Act which would ban job discrimination ("The March on Washington" 11)...
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In order for the march not to appear as a war of white versus black it had to be racially integrated so it looked like justice versus injustice. Some organizers wanted to call for massive acts of disobedience across America, but when the Urban League and the N.A.A.C.P. joined the organization of the march, they insisted against it...
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