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Social Studies- Selma, AL
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Social Studies- Selma, AL

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Submitted by Stacey Dillard

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  • 1. Selma, Alabama
  • 2. Civil Rights
  • 3. Civil Rights
    • Blacks & whites in Selma marched in favor of voting right for all.
  • 4. March 30, 1965
    • King and his wife lead a black voting rights march from Selma to the state capital in Montgomery.
  • 5. Marchers were beat by the police when they reached the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
  • 6.
    • Today, people celebrate the march by making the walk from Selma to Montgomery (12 miles).

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