What was the Childrens March in 1963 about?
The Children's march was to help stop segregation in Birmingham Alabama. Also It began because African American children wanted equal rights. They wanted the same treatment as they treated the Caucasian. They really don't care if they go to jail, they want there freedom. and It talks about children marching in Birmingham, Alabama to fight for there freedom.
Girls Girls Girls - 1962 was released on: USA: 21 November 1962 Brazil: 24 December 1962 Denmark: 4 February 1963 Sweden: 18 February 1963 Austria: March 1963 UK: March 1963 Italy: 8 March 1963 Finland: 22 March 1963 Hong Kong: 11 April 1963 West Germany: 12 April 1963 Japan: 27 April 1963 France: 7 June 1963 Spain: 18 May 1964 (Madrid) Turkey: 16 March 1965 Spain: 7 May 1965 (Barcelona) Colombia: April 1981 (TV premiere)
The children's match (also known as the 1963 Birmingham children's crusade) was started by Reverend James L. Bevel. He was one of the prominent leaders of the 1960's civil rights movement. He was commonly referred to as the "Father of Voting Rights" and the "Strategist and Architect of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement"