To March for Justice and Jobs, Friday, March 22, 1968
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Community On the Move for Equality
To March for Justice and Jobs
FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1968
From Clayborn Temple A.M.E. Church
We ask you to stay away from work or school and walk with more than 10,000 people who want Memphis once and for all to learn that it must be a city for all people. A man is a man. God requires that a man be treated like a man.
Memphis must do so in work, play, education, housing, by the police and in all other ways the rights of each man must be upheld. This will be a march of dignity. The only force we will use is soul-force which is peaceful, loving, courageous, yet militant.
- 1. Come to the church from Vance Street only.
- 2. THE ROUTE: Hernando to Beale
- To Main
- To Poplar
- To Second
- To Beale
- To Hernando
- To Clayborn Temple where we will disperse
- 3. Be ready to follow the instructions of the March Marshalls who will wear yellow arm bands.
- 4. We will march in the street.
- 5. Each organization can prepare a banner, no bigger than 6'x3' attached to at least two poles, which can carry the sign up above the heads of the marchers.
- 6. Walk gently, do not crowd those in front, when those stopyou stop.