the stage to keep back this multitude of people so that they don’t really press too far forward. One of our reporters from Boston has arrived. We’d like to switch now to our site located along the Reflecting Pool where we’ve had several fine reports from Cal Nossiter. Let’s turn it over to her at this time, .
It just said Idaho on their sign, and there are many, many people from Boston and Connecticut and from just everywhere. There’s a group from Oklahoma here. And if these people have bothered to come so far to stand in the hot sun, it’s a hot day, to suffer the difficulties that they’re going to find, of people I’ve seen are very, very old people. I saw one woman faint up the street and they had to take her down in an ambulance, but she came. Where she came from I don’t know. It might have been from Arlington or some place. I don’t know. But it might even have been from Arlington, Mass, but she was here
The Educational Radio Network / ERN's coverage of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom Third of fifteen hours of broadcast: 11 A.M. - 12 AM. Performers include: Bob Dylan, Bayard Rustin, Lena Horne, and Peter Paul & Mary. Segment also includes President Kennedy and Jackie Robinson. Includes President Kennedy Press Conference clips, and the marchers setting off.