Remembering the March on Washington

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50 years ago Don Rose and Timuel Black were part of the Chicago contingent that traveled to Washington to participate in the historic march culminating in Martin Luther King’s historic speech. Watch them remember the experience. [ooyala code=”NyeHh3ZDpl0qLBlZkAkn6tVitoObOedh” player_id=”6a2df3b63e284329878af255b1be229d”]

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