A Journey Into the Stories of Great People and Communities Who Shaped Our History
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The Story of the Great Civil Rights and Labor Leader
A. Philip Randolph was an influential black leader in the civil rights movement era. He went toe to toe with some of the most powerful men in the world and won.
His contributions to the rights of the working community traverse decades before the civil rights movement. He was the Chief Architect for the civil rights march on Washington, D.C. in 1963. Visit A. Philip Randolph's page to read the full story.
Pullman Porters History
Pullman porters catered to the needs of the passengers in the American railroads when their popularity was at its peak. They provided exemplary services and were a valiant labor segment that contributed to the civil rights movement. Read their story and contributions on the Pullman porters page.