Like A Mighty Stream: The March On Washington
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Like A Mighty Stream: The March On Washington

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The March on Washington, one of the most significant public events of the 20th century, is remembered in this amazing book that details the defining moment of the Civil Rights Movement. On August 28, 1963, people from all walks of life and socioeconomic backgrounds, races and religions came together to support a national civil rights initiative. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published October 7th 2002 by Running Press (first published October 2002)
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Salem Abdulkerim
Salem Abdulkerim
1/21/12
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"Like A Mighty Stream", The March On Washington by Patrick Henry Bass, is a biography about black people who go on a march to Washington to declare their rights to have freedom once and for all. They had laws that were made by Jim Crow, a white representative, and he would give them laws that would make them get very mad and that would also start to cause alot of violence.

People from Chicago, from Detroit, from Montgomery especially,and other people all over...more
Ruth Palmer
Aug 25, 2012 Ruth Palmer rated it 4 of 5 stars
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The March On Washington was when Dr. King Jr. did his speech "I Have a Dream".This book helped me understand a little more about the Civil Rights Movement. People from every race/walk of life was apart of this march and it change many life. I ready enjoyed reading this book. Would recommend it to school for and History or English classes and for pleasure reading.
Stanley
Awesome book. Gave me insight into the March on Washington in 1963. Learned a lot.
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