United States Civil Rights leader Philip Randolph speaks about Civil Rights to National Press Club in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1963, August 26 Duration:25 sec Sound:Yes
Speaking two days before the famed "March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom", the United States Civil Rights leader A. Philip Randolph addresses a gathering of the National Press Club in Washington DC. Speaking at the podium, he talks about the rights of Negroes and asserts that negro people seek the exact same rights that White citizens possess, including all same social, economic and political rights. Flags in the background.
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