Selma

 

Our day in Selma, AL started at the Voting Rights Museum, and took us to the Slavery and Civil War Museum, the Brown AME Church where Dr. King organized the famous the march from Selma to Montgomery for voting rights, and then a thoughtful walk over the Edmund Pettus Bridge.


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