Wednesday, March 2, 2016

The March on Wharshington

In 1963 segregation really  became a major problem, especially with the black people and jobs. When The March on Washington happened it told everybody that when blacks were free jobs would be more successful. It was a message to the lawmakers that the civil rights  movement had to be signed because it would make blacks have the same rights as white and the same jobs.                                                                                                                                                            Even our Declaration of Independence said that everyone should be treated with the same    respect.Before the Declaration of Independence was written everybody wanted America to    be a country where everybody had the same rights. The March on Washington was just like the Declaration of Independence written all over again, and it told the entire world that the blacks wanted to be treated more fairly than they were at that time, and it changed the history of America.                                           Here are some websites I found my information-http://www.history.com/topics/black-history/march-on-washington
http://tweentribune.com/article/junior/kings-legacy-remembering-march-washington/

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