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Memories of The March: Althea Kironde-Lee

  • Aired: 08/21/2013
  • 03:14
  • Rating: NR
“The March taught us to speak in a voice for those who were disenfranchised that those who could not speak for themselves.” Althea Kironde-Lee was living in Brooklyn in 1963. Her mother was part of the District 65 union, which was known for its participation in the civil rights movement.
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Althea Kironde-Lee lived in Brooklyn in 1963, and her mother was in the District 65 union.
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