ATLVault extra: Official program for the March on Washington, 60 years ago
ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered one of the world’s most celebrated and influential speeches 60 years ago.
King made his now-famous “I Have a Dream” speech on August 28, 1963, capping the “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom” event.
Below is the official program for that historic event.
ATLVAULT: Bringing new life and new perspectives to Atlanta’s vibrant history
- ATLVault: All she wanted was her $1.20 paycheck. She was never seen alive again
- ATLVault: June 3, 1962, the day Atlanta stood still
- ATLVault: May 8, 1886, the day Coca-Cola was first served
- ATLVault: Black police officers began patrolling Atlanta 75 years ago
- ATLVault: Oakland Cemetery is where Atlanta’s history is woven together
- ATLVault: Five Black Atlanta pastors and the U.S. Supreme Court
- ATLVault: Sweet Auburn gave birth to the American civil rights movement
- ATLVault: The legacy of Ebenezer Baptist Church
- ATLVault: The Atlanta Ripper terrorizes the city, 100+ years ago
- ATLVault: Bars, brothels and brawls dominated Atlanta’s first election 175 years ago
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