We shall overcome [sound recording], 1963.

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Council for United Civil Rights Leadership. We shall overcome [sound recording], 1963.

We shall overcome [sound recording], 1963.

Disc recording of portions of the August 28, 1963, March on Washington produced by the Council for United Civil Rights Leadership.

1 disc recording.

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