The March on Washington a day that changed America

by Weston, Margeaux,

Format: OverDrive Read 2021 2021
Availability: Available from OverDrive 7 of 7 copies
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Summary
"On August 28, 1963, more than 200,000 people marched on the United States capital to demand equal economic opportunities and civil rights for Black Americans. And at the end of the event, Martin Luther King Jr. took to the podium and delivered his unforgettable "I Have a Dream" speech. Now readers can step back in time to learn what led up to the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, how this historic demonstration unfolded, and the ways in which one inspiring day changed America forever"--
Contents
Equal opportunity
Time to organize
The March on Washington
History is made
The dream
Timeline
Glossary.

Additional Information
Series Days that changed America
Subjects Civil rights demonstrations Washington (D.C.) History 20th century Juvenile literature
Civil rights movements United States History 20th century Juvenile literature
African Americans Civil rights History 20th century Juvenile literature
Sociology
Politics
History
Juvenile Nonfiction
Electronic books.
20th century
Publisher [Place of publication not identified] :Capstone,2021
Capstone2021
Contributors OverDrive, Inc.
Audience Ages 8-11
Grades 4-6
Language English
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Format: OverDrive Read
Description 1 online resource
ISBN 9781663920829
9781663920829
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