Civic Engagement: Yesterday & Today. Artemus Ward Department of Political Science Northern Illinois University email@example.com http://polisci.niu.edu/polisci/faculty/ward. March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom: August 28, 1963. Bill of Rights Institute Bozeman, Montana
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Department of Political Science
Northern Illinois University
March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom: August 28, 1963
Bill of Rights Institute
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