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Selma - Montgomery March, 1965 (Full Version)
The Selma - Montgomery March, 1965 ~ Highlights of the march, featuring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Full Version) (17:02) [Video]
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1965 February 26, 1965 · Marion, Alabama Jimmie Lee Jackson was beaten and shot by state troopers as he tried to protect his grandfather and mother from a trooper attack on civil rights marchers. His death led to the Selma-Montgomery march and the eventual passage of the Voting Rights Act. Visit this page for more stories of Civil Rights activists.
http://www.splcenter.org/civil-rights-memorial/civil-rights-martyrs
Memorial to Martin Luther King at the start of the Selma-Montgomery march. Selma, Alabama, USA
http://www.terragalleria.com/america/alabama/selma/picture.usal38156.html
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: His life in pictures
March 1965: MLK, Jr. et al on the 4th day of the Selma- Montgomery March, org. by the Southern Christian Ldshp Conf. to register black voters in the South. Initially, marchers were met with violent resistance by authorities. Finally (under protection of federalized National Guard), marchers reached the state capitol (Montgomery). The march drew attn to the difficulty black voters in the South faced, and the need for a Voting Rights Act, passed later that year.
http://www.beaumontenterprise.com/photos/article/Dr-Martin-Luther-King-Jr-His-life-in-pictures-956071.php
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Upon the death of a martyr rose the call for decisive action, in this case, action that would shape the course of the Civil Right's Movement. Jimmie Lee Jackson was shot during a demonstration in Marion, AL in 1965, but few know that the drive for the Selma-Montgomery March arose from his funeral's pulpit. Read more in "Requiem for Jimmie Lee Jackson" by Wayne Greenhaw, Alabama Heritage, Summer 2011, Issue 101. #AlabamaHistory #CivilRights
http://www.alabamaheritage.com/issue-101-summer-2011.html
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"I've Been to the Mountaintop"
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s speech, "I’ve Been to the Mountaintop"; in many ways it's superior to "I Have a Dream."
http://mlk-kpp01.stanford.edu/index.php/encyclopedia/documentsentry/ive_been_to_the_mountaintop/
Participants reenact the historic 54-mile Selma to Montgomery march for voting rights to commemorate "Bloody Sunday" march anniversary - Buy this stock photo and explore similar images at Adobe Stock
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New. Never Opened Rare And Compelling Archival Footage Featuring: Executive order 9981 * Brown V. Board of Education * Montgomery Bus Boycott * Little Rock Nine * Lunch Counter Sit-Ins * Freedom Riders * March On Washington * Civil Rights Act * Selma March * Voting Rights Act * Bonus: Art Of The Stamp
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Selma To Montgomery March: Test Your Knowledge
Selma To Montgomery March: Test Your Knowledge
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Photographs Of The Freedom Journey In 1965 Illuminate The Past's Connection To The Present
Things Go Better With Coke sign and multi-generational family watching marchers during the Selma-Montgomery March in 1965. How A Physicist From New York Ended Up Capturing Some Of The Most Iconic Civil Rights Images
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/01/19/stephen-somerstein_n_6490000.html?ir=Black+Voices&ncid=fcbklnkushpmg00000047
The Best National Park in Every State
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Today in History: March 25
March 25, 1965: KING COMPLETES THE SELMA-MONTGOMERY MARCH - The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. leads 25,000 people to the Alabama state capitol in Montgomery after a five-day march from Selma to protest the denial of voting rights to blacks. Later that day, civil rights activist Viola Liuzzo, a white Detroit homemaker, is shot and killed by Ku Klux Klansmen.
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A cool customer! The stunning collection of never published pictures from legendary American photographer Steve Schapiro
Protest: Martin Luther King during his march from Selma, Alabam, to Montgomery in 1965 as part of the American civil rights movement
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2238463/Steve-Schapiro-book-The-stunning-collection-published-pictures-legendary-American-photographer-Steve-Schapiro.html
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MARCH 7, 1965: SELMA TO MONTGOMERY MARCH FOR VOTING RIGHTS
MARCH 7, 1965: SELMA TO MONTGOMERY MARCH FOR VOTING RIGHTS Found on | BEAUTIFUL, ALSO, ARE THE SOULS OF MY BLACK SISTERS blog.
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What We Found In Selma
Selma Montgomery Historic Trail - What We Found In Selma
http://www.esquire.com/news-politics/news/a24614/selma-montgomery-historic-trail-090613/
March 7, 1965: Civil rights campaigners beaten on first Selma march
Dr Martin Luther King leads the Selma-Montgomery march, which finally took place unhindered on March 21 - at the third attempt
http://home.bt.com/news/world-news/march-7-1965-civil-rights-campaigners-beaten-on-first-selma-march-11363966337014



_mere_anarchy May 26 shared via Twitter


IGotItLikeThat7 3 hours ago shared via Twitter
We approaching the Selma to Montgomery March 😂😂


MrHastyGamer 6 hours ago shared via Twitter
The reason I still have that white people can be for equality and actively stand up against racism is that there were white Americans at the Selma to Montgomery marches, there were white people who offered to taxi black students of the Montgomery bus boycotts to no personal gain.


KejeraL May 27 shared via Twitter
So you think MLK Jr deserved to get hit for protesting on a highway matching from Selma to Montgomery???


TalcumXesq May 27 shared via Twitter
Marching from Selma to Montgomery in 1965 with MLK


MrMikeD42 12 hours ago
I mean we still celebrate the million man march and the Selma to Montgomery marches while criticizing the LA riots but sure


__BrandonO May 26
Selma and Montgomery 😂😂😂


CutieHannyah 13 hours ago
No looting happened in Selma or in Montgomery you are undermining your own point by posting movements working when they care about how public sees them over mindlessly causing uproar where authorities can just brand you looters and don't give a fuck about what you want.


EllaDecember 15 hours ago
Not true. The Selma to Montgomery March in 1964 made the president pass the Voting Rights Act. Marches and protests can work


magaufcmania 10 hours ago
And considering by any historical standards the most effective protests that changed American history were: 1. The March on Washington 1963 2. The Selma to Montgomery March 1964 3. Rosa Parks and the Montgomery bus boycott of 1955. All nonviolent!


INH0 8 hours ago
These is what makes us inferior to the system we not living a civilised lifestyle because historic injustices but yet don’t help each to fight a common enemy. RIOTS Don’t work if they did the Selma-Montgomery march we’d have freed us we not still been killed change the approach


moe24114472 9 hours ago
If the Selma to Montgomery was so successful, why are unarmed black still being lynched with impunity in the US today? Btw, did you know more blacks in America were killed by law enforcement under Obama than during the whole Jim Crow era?


EvanNoch 7 hours ago
As always, proud of . To the very top of this list, I’d recommend replicating the road trip that we did last summer to Selma->Montgomery->Birmingham->Tuskegee. Life-changing, and the most impactful museum I’ve ever been to...


turkeytall 7 hours ago
also silent protest that u might have missed: the Selma to Montgomery walk, the freedom riders. there have been countless peaceful protests that have been met only with violence so why are people shocked when we return with violence too?


YesKiKiWrites 2 hours ago
I busted a lung this morning laughing at them talking about Martin Luther King was catching a ride to Montgomery from Selma.


AJWright31 8 hours ago
Today’s Find: Author & journalist Renata Adler’s essay “The March: On the Trail to ” published in the 10 April 1965 issue of “The New Yorker” &


justdaze 5 hours ago
Do they forget that the march from Selma to Montgomery was considered a crime by the State of Alabama? Unlawful assembly??


Grant15Isaiah 2 hours ago
Brown vs Board of Education, Chicago Freedom Movement, March on Selma, Montgomery Bus Boycott, The March on fucking Washington....


bijancbayne May 24
...home the hearse driver noticed Staff Sgt. Williams had a faint pulse. The nearby hospitals were Jim Crow, so he was driven 100 miles to a V.A. hospital. Williams organized the 1st attempt @ a march fr. Selma-Montgomery


Mizzou3_2 8 hours ago
Ever heard of the Selma to Montgomery marches?


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