Primary Source Spotlight: A. Philip Randolph

A. Philip Randolph and other civil rights leaders on their way to Congress during the March on Washington, 1963

Leading the procession from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial

More A. Philip Randolph images

A. Philip Randolph historical newspaper coverage

The Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters

A. Philip Randolph letter to NAACP Secretary Walter White March 18, 1941

The Negro in National Defense 1941 poster

Why Should We March? 1941 flyer

Executive Order 8802: Prohibition of Discrimination in the Defense Industry 1941 Our Documents

NAACP joined union organizer A. Philip Randolph in support of a massive March on Washington background

Americans for South African Resistance

A. Philip Randolph and the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom 1963

A. Philip Randolph at the National Press Club, August 26, 1963 audio (background and bio)

A. Philip Randolph mentions from the Civil Rights History Project video oral histories

“We Must Learn to Think in Terms of Collective Action:” Industrial Democracy and the Civil Rights Establishment of the 1930s streaming webcast

U.S. legislation in recognition of A. Philip Randolph

A. Philip Randolph, grassroots organizer

A. Philip Randolph biography A. Philip Randolph Institute

A. Philip Randolph: For Jobs & Freedom PBS via the Internet Archive

A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum