Ten Year Anniversary of Selma-to-Montgomery March
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Selma, ALA: A commemorative march was led 3/8 across the Edmund Pettus Bridge where 10 years ago mounted police officials turned back the Selma-to-Montgomery march, an incident which is credited with passage of the 1965 Voter Rights Act. Leaders for the march were (L to R) Rev. James P. Robinson of Selma; Coretta King, wife of the late Dr. Martin Luther King; John Lewis, head of the Voter Education Project, Atlanta; F. D. Reese, march organizer from Selma; and Ben Owens of Selma with crutches.
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Civil rights movement
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- Ten Year Anniversary of Selma-to-Montgomery March. 1975-03-05T07:00:00Z. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://digitalcommons.chapman.edu/upi_african_american/170. (Accessed December 10, 2018.)
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- (1975-03-05T07:00:00Z) Ten Year Anniversary of Selma-to-Montgomery March. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://digitalcommons.chapman.edu/upi_african_american/170
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- Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://digitalcommons.chapman.edu/upi_african_american/170>.