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 - King s Address A Fitting Climax By WOODY L....
King s Address A Fitting Climax By WOODY L. TAYLOR WASHINGTON. D. C. "I have dream. Those momentous words, delivered by the venerable Dr. Martin Martin Luther King, are on the lips acd minds of every Negro and right - thinking white person, and. suffice it to say, worrying many opponent in America. Thi historic speeth by the chief exponent of nonviolent nonviolent action in the fight for civil rights was a fitting climax to the many events leading up to and after the now famous "March on Washington for Jobs and Free - , dom." i Starting with the arrival of the Pittsburgh cootin - - gent, 540 - strong, the first trainload to reach the capital city. I shall recap the events of the great day. Aug. 28. 1963. Tti rSttauui - gh group cam in at 7:35 A.M. After that trains were rolling in at a ft - !ip throughout the morning, jamming Washington's t'tiion Station. There was no disorder, disorder, although Iher was momentary momentary confusion. This was ; quickly rectified and the vari - ' ous units from throughout h j length and breadth of this ! great land began to jell. By lOJO when I went to j fceadquarteni tent at tlte front of die Washington Monument, March Draws Great Praise By BOBKHT L. KOBTVSOX WASHINGTON The Marcfa on Washington drew nothlngj hut praise froni most of officii! officii! Washington, even . the most ectionary legislators coram r.ta torn could not find valid criticism. Jstai - ting pobit for the march. buses were lined up for mi Irs nntWaB tha k vfmm AlurM.' t rant and elsetere. I ." P the In progress from a pU.furm j ''ZL"! Kamtotpa. to g continue the Civil Rigkta re - torutiim in - cry Bk an4 r ninny sabered eivcted n the ellipse wa a prr - hmmary program tk rrlr lain those who were waiting for the manh to tr and to keep their minds ow - upipd. A j trevmpn. call went out from thr loudj aii thj. ua.nin. s. - n. - .t speaker for lna Home o'Rll!tin lnaJ if a Southeiw fiU - covne to xnt puworm. Jhustfr against Civil Kghts Wh - n she got on tr. plat i loai.tion a4 it tin k. form awl was uitrodwTti, shel, - hoarft iik ,.r . WV - ( iticwiiirti only one worn. - KR - E - EDO - M." Una yelled yelled and the hugetowxl gathered gathered before the p b t f o r m s echoed her word and let out a yetp inai couia oe ceara throughout the area. IT WAS MAKVEIOI - S to note how the many units assembled assembled at appointed spots were mady to fall into the tine of marth. Some unitien! OtrtfM4 eai Page ) cw.iuiuo'ts demonstrations here in Wash - ington. The Icgudators say this wouid be preisure and intinu - daton and they do not like the prospects of more demonstrations demonstrations here in the Nation's Cap - : iUL Thej - felt that the March w dignified and orderly but it was encugii and should not - be repeated. But CivU Rights leaders bcv diflerent ideas tl'nnOMteel e fWf 4)

Clipped from The Pittsburgh Courier07 Sep 1963, SatPage 1

The Pittsburgh Courier (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)07 Sep 1963, SatPage 1
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