On March 22nd, 300 marchers accompanied by news crews and guarded by soldiers in jeeps and helicopters begin to on U.S 80, the "Jefferson Davis" Highway. At first, the few isolated Afro-Americans living in dilapidated, roadside shacks watch it go by in silent astonishment. None of them have ever seen such a public display of Black pride, Black assertiveness, and Black opposition to discrimination, racism, and white-power. Equally astounding is the sight of Black and white, men and women, marching together as friends and allies.


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