Americans gather in Washington DC and travel in a bus to participate in the Civil Rights march.
Washington DC USA Date:1963, August 28 Duration:2 min 0 sec Sound:Yes
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.
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