​October 25, 1958: The Youth March For Integrated Schools Is Held

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About 10,000 students participate in the Youth March for Integrated Schools in Washington, D.C.,. This march was led by Philip Randolph, Harry Belafonte and Jackie Robinson.

Because Dr. King was recuperating from his recent stabbing, Coretta Scott King delivered his address for him.

Source: Daily Black History Facts

2 Comments

  • Peter Momo October 26, 2016 - 9:47 am Reply

    Why do you really want to integrate with your enemies. Think about it probably wasn’t thinking now look at em’ still in the same situations

    • Trenita Hodge-Fraser May 4, 2017 - 5:01 am Reply

      Same situation? No! We are worst off no only in education but in every aspect of our life.

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