Marching for Freedom-Lynda Blackmon<br />
Courage Timeline<br />
Courage Timeline<br />
Courage Timeline<br />
Courageous--Red<br />       Lynda kept marching even though she was attacked by state troopers using tear gas and nightsti...
Persistent--Blue<br />        Lynda got jailed 9 times over a 2-year period and still marched a lot.<br />
Goal-Oriented--Blue<br />    Lynda had 2 goals which were to walk from Selma to Montgomery to ultimately allow Blacks to<b...
Everybody is welcome here- regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background.<br />This room is where Lynda would live an...
Freedom Award!<br />
This award is symbolizes many things. The red symbolizes the courage and determination needed to make people have equal ri...
Civil Rights Movement Cafe<br />Breakfast<br />Civil Rights Coffee Cake<br />Great-tasting coffee cake topped with strawbe...
Civil Rights Movement Restaurant<br />Sides<br />Equal Rights Red Rice<br />Rice with bacon, onions, hot sauce, and spices...
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Lynda Blackmon Courage Project

  1. 1. Marching for Freedom-Lynda Blackmon<br />
  2. 2. Courage Timeline<br />
  3. 3. Courage Timeline<br />
  4. 4. Courage Timeline<br />
  5. 5. Courageous--Red<br />       Lynda kept marching even though she was attacked by state troopers using tear gas and nightsticks.<br />
  6. 6. Persistent--Blue<br />        Lynda got jailed 9 times over a 2-year period and still marched a lot.<br />
  7. 7. Goal-Oriented--Blue<br />    Lynda had 2 goals which were to walk from Selma to Montgomery to ultimately allow Blacks to<br /> vote.<br />
  8. 8. Everybody is welcome here- regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background.<br />This room is where Lynda would live and work. The sign is here because Lynda was trying to end segregation.<br />
  9. 9. Freedom Award!<br />
  10. 10. This award is symbolizes many things. The red symbolizes the courage and determination needed to make people have equal rights. The red also stands for freedom. Lynda was very courageous by just trying to help Blacks gain equal rights. Lynda was also very determined to march every march and get equal rights. <br />
  11. 11. Civil Rights Movement Cafe<br />Breakfast<br />Civil Rights Coffee Cake<br />Great-tasting coffee cake topped with strawberries.<br />Main Dishes<br />Freedom Fried Chicken<br />Delicious, crispy, tender, juicy fried chicken.<br />
  12. 12. Civil Rights Movement Restaurant<br />Sides<br />Equal Rights Red Rice<br />Rice with bacon, onions, hot sauce, and spices<br />Desserts<br />Persistence Pumpkin Pie<br />Pumpkin Pie made with maple syrup and spices.<br />
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