By Randle Loeb on Mar 21, 2010 | In Caring and Surviving, Citizenship and Stewards By Randle Loeb
he turned to the crowd in front of Browns Chapel Methodist, Church, the thousands of whites and Negroes from Alabama and around the country who were congregated for the march, and said:
"You will be the people that will light a new chapter in the history books of our nation. Those of us who are Negroes don't have much. We have known the long night of poverty. Because of the system, we don't have much education and some of us don't know how to make our nouns and verbs agree. But thank God we have our bodies, our feet and our souls.
"Walk together, children, don't you get weary, and it will lead us to the promised land. And Alabama will be a new Alabama, and America will be a new America."
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