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A Letter, A March, A Dream: 1963 Retold

Saturday, August 24, 2013 By Staff, Making Contact: National Radio Project | Report
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50 years after the March on Washington, historians are still defining the legacy of the civil rights movement, and of Dr. Martin Luther King.   Syndicated columnist Reverend Byron Williams makes the case that 1963 was the pivotal year for American culture, but has been overlooked… until now.  On this edition, Williams speaks about his book, 1963: The Year of Hope & Hostility

Special Thanks to KPFA radio for hosting Rev. Williams and recording this speech.

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Rev. Byron Williams 1963: The Year of Hope & Hostility

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A Letter, A March, A Dream: 1963 Retold

Saturday, August 24, 2013 By Staff, Making Contact: National Radio Project | Report
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50 years after the March on Washington, historians are still defining the legacy of the civil rights movement, and of Dr. Martin Luther King.   Syndicated columnist Reverend Byron Williams makes the case that 1963 was the pivotal year for American culture, but has been overlooked… until now.  On this edition, Williams speaks about his book, 1963: The Year of Hope & Hostility

Special Thanks to KPFA radio for hosting Rev. Williams and recording this speech.

Featuring:
Rev. Byron Williams 1963: The Year of Hope & Hostility

For More Information:

This piece was reprinted by Truthout with permission or license. It may not be reproduced in any form without permission or license from the source.