Crowd at the Civil Rights March in 1963

Here’s a great photo from August 28th, 1963 showing the crowd at the Civil Rights March.

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Civil Rights March in Washington, DC
Civil Rights March in Washington, DC

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  • J. Dinkelaker

    Cool photo, but you do realize that it’s of the granddaddy of all civil rights marches, right? The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, yes?

    • JJJ

      I think that’s why the author referred to it as the Civil Rights March, not just ‘a’ Civil Rights March

  • C.Wood

    Who are the uniformed personnel? They are not DC police.