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1965 Civil Rights March to Montgomery AL Photo

Print ID: MISC161

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Photo of this historic march during the Civil Rights movement. Participants, some carrying American flags, marching in the civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in 1965.

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Photo of this historic march during the Civil Rights movement. Participants, some carrying American flags, marching in the civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in 1965.

Timeline:
March 7 On "Bloody Sunday" the first Selma march is beaten back at Edmund Pettus Bridge by state troopers and Sheriff Clark's deputies. The nation is outraged by photographs and film of the attack. Washington responds by expediting voting rights legislation. King calls for clergymen from across the nation to join a second march.

March 9 On "Turnaround Tuesday," King leads the second Selma march over the Pettus Bridge and then right back to Selma. That evening Rev. James Reeb is clubbed to death.

March 21-25 Under the protection of a federalized National Guard, the Selma to Montgomery march proceeds to the state capitol, where a rally of 50,000 people is held.


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