Source: Chicago Sun-Times
On Aug. 28, 1963, a quarter of a million people gathered at the March on Washington to call for civil rights.
Two months later, an equal number protested in Chicago against segregated schools.
If the former is now enshrined as a watershed moment for America, the latter has been nearly lost to history.
A bit of it is being recalled this weekend with the premiere of “’63 Boycott,” a film more than 50 years in the making about one the largest civil rights actions in the North and the events leading up to it.
Read the story at the Chicago Sun-Times.
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