MLK marching in Washingtonthe following film dealing with the march on Washington on August 28, 1963. It is called “The March” and is a part of the National Archives in Washington D.C. holdings in Washington D.C., which they made available online. This is the day that MLK gave his “I Have A Dream” speech. This film documents the activities of the day and the days leading up to this day. Given that this film was made in 1963, some terminology will be surprising. However, it is useful as a historical document, a primary source, to illustrate societal norms of the 1960s. Should people choose to use people’s words from the past, it is important to remember that quotations should be used since these are not terms that are acceptable today. Write some of your thoughts about what you watched and heard in a short 200-250 word submission.Youtube link:

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