Jobs and Freedom: A New Look at the March on Washington
Fifty years go, hundreds of thousands gathered for The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. And fifty years later, minorities still face disproportionately high unemployment. A new biography of the March highlights the innumerable contributions of a trade union leader who fought workplace discrimination and engineered the protest. We’ll talk about that and more this hour.
- William P. Jones, author of new book The March on Washington