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Bruce Davidson, Selma March, 1965

The march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in 1965 Photo credit: Bruce Davidson / Magnum Photos — in Selma, Alabama.

Life magazine covers from March, 1965, reporting on the historic Selma-to-Montgomery March for voting rights

Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail, Alabama - Life magazine covers from March, reporting on the historic Selma-to-Montgomery March for voting rights.

Amelia Boynton-Robinson, beaten, gassed, and left for dead by police in Selma, Alabama during the first Selma to Birmingham voting rights march. 3/17/65. (x)

Amelia Boynton Robinson: beaten unconscious on the 1965 Bloody Sunday voting rights march in Alabama, and a key figure in the civil rights movement in America. And she's 103 and still going!

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​the man who photographed heroes

Martin Luther King, Jr leads a prayer in a church before the second Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights march, also known as 'Turnaround Tuesday', Selma, Ala., March 1965.

12 Powerful Photos of Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr leads a prayer in a church before the second Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights march, also known as 'Turnaround Tuesday', Selma, Ala., March 1965.

Black History Continues Into March: Bloody Sunday Anniversary Celebrated In Selma, Alabama With VP Joey B. & U.S. Rep John Lewis Along With Estimated 5000 Marchers.

March Civil rights' marchers cross the Alabama river on the Edmund Pettus Bridge at Selma, 8 abreast. Led by Dr., this is the start of their march to Montgomery, Alabama's capital. Photo: AP in Selma, AL

March on Washington 1963

March on Washington 1963

The Freedom Riders Coordinating Committee was established in Atlanta, Ga (May 26, 1963). A face you might recognize (from his younger days)  that was a member of that committee was Julian Bond.

Learning from the History of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

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