The Brotherhood Of Sleeping Car Porters Organized By A. Philip Randolph
April 15, 1889 – May 16, 1979 – A. Philip Randolph
The first primarily African American Labor Union; the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters was organized by A. Philip Randolph on May 8, 1925. A great leader of the American Civil Rights and Labor Movements, Asa Philip Randolph was born on April 15, 1889. The March on Washington in 1963 where Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr delivered his “I Have A Dream” speech was mainly led by A. Philip Randolph.
Words That Matter
A. Philip Randolph
"Freedom is never granted: It is won. Justice is never given: It is exacted. Freedom and justice must be struggled for by the oppressed of all lands and races..."
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