It is estimated that 250,000 men and women, black and white, young and old, traveled significant distances to converge on the Washington Monument Mall, and raise their voices in unity to demand jobs, freedom, and equality for all Americans. The August 28, 1963, March on Washington became a watershed moment in the struggle for Civil Rights. CAAM celebrates this historical event with an exhibition featuring loaned items as well as artifacts and other ephemera from CAAM’s History Collection in tribute to the thousands of “foot soldiers” who made a tangible difference in the lives of future generations and impacted our society for the better.
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