Marching in Marquette Park

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and supporters stop at a realtor's office during their march through Chicago's Marquette Park, where he and supporters were protesting housing segregation and slums in Chicago. On the neighborhood's negative reaction to the march, King later said, "I've never seen anything like it."

( Chicago Tribune historical photo / August 5, 1966 )

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and supporters stop at a realtor's office during their march through Chicago's Marquette Park, where he and supporters were protesting housing segregation and slums in Chicago. On the neighborhood's negative reaction to the march, King later said, "I've never seen anything like it."

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