American Civil Rights Movement figure James Meredith resumes his 'March Against Fear' through Mississippi. He begins his march from the spot where he was shot a year earlier. Meredith marches ahead with his supporters and the press. Ray Rickman, who would go on to become deputy Secretary of State for Rhode Island, is seen walking behind Meredith. Men seated on a car watch the group march. Negro men and women outside a building. He urges the Negroes to vote in the upcoming Gubernatorial election.
The May Day Parade in the United States. People march on the street. Buildings along the sides of street Other people watch them. People march holding boards, flags and banners. A banner reads: 'Socialist Party New York'. People watch the marchers of all ages. Women march holding flags. Other banner reads: 'Young People's Socialist League'. Men and women march. A group in the parade carries a sign in Hebrew. Another banner reads "Working Class Action, Not Capitalist Sanctions". A decorated float bearing the banner Communist Labor Party moves on the street. It shows a giant moving hammer pounding down toward the head of a body with arms extended, one hand holding an elephant and the other holding a donkey, representing the republican and democratic parties.
A film on May Day Parade in Moscow, Russia. The city of Moscow. Holiday paraders begin a procession. They march with children. A crowd applauds. Officials and dignitaries on a review stand. Children give them bouquets. Other children march in formation. Young athletes march. The crowd waves towards them. They walk holding flags. Buildings along street sides. Aerial view of the parade ground. People march holding boards and banners. People wave and cheer. A large crowd in the streets. They cheer and applaud.
People gather to watch Bicentennial Parade in Washington DC. Cars parked in a ground. People stand. Buses stand. People march with banners and flags. "Marching Patriots" written on the banner. Policemen on the ground for the security. Buildings in the background. People march with flags and bands. Other men and women march in colorful costumes. People drink water.
Americans gather for the Civil Rights march in Washington DC known as the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Aerial views of the National Mall area from the Washington Monument toward the Lincoln Memorial, and opposite from the Lincoln Memorial toward the Washington Monument. Reflecting pool in the middle. Navy Munitions Buildings beside. A train on railway tracks arriving at a station in Washington DC. People come out of the train. They sing "We shall not be moved" and hold flags in their hands and cheer. They get into a bus. A man speaks on a microphone and addresses march participants nearing arrival at the March. They pass out signs and banners. Several men smoke cigarettes and one smokes a pipe on the bus. People wear caps that say "Freedom Now" and "UAW". Washington DC city residents on sidewalks wave towards the people on the bus and they wave back.
Americans gathered in large numbers for the Civil Rights march in Washington DC, known as the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. They are seen gathered at the Lincoln Memorial following the speech by Martin Luther King Jr. People hold flags in their hands. They hold their hands together and sing "We Shall Overcome". Organizers begin taking down chairs as the crowd is departing the Lincoln Memorial grounds. A young woman takes photographs of the people. They hold boards and placards in hands. People sit along the sides of the Reflecting Pool near the memorial. They talk amongst themselves and soak their feet in the water. A man in a Queens College sweatshirt walks and talks with a friend. At another location, A. Philip Randolph addresses reporters and speaks about the success of the march. Roy Wilkins and Walter Reuther stand beside him, and John Lewis is behind him. Night view of the city. People returning home from the March. People sleep in buses.