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Civil Rights Movement in Montgomery: Selma to Montgomery

Guide to the exhibits in the LWLC's Civil Rights Interactive Room

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Selma to Montgomery

King's speech at the conclusion of the march on March 25, 1965


Fighting Jim Crow in 2012

Credit: ASU Media

ASU students engage with history in march reenactment

About the Selma to Montgomery March

  • Timeline 
    "Selma to Montgomery Timeline." Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
  • Overview  
    "Selma to Montgomery March" Encyclopedia of Alabama
  • Perspectives  
    "Remembering Alabama's Bloody Sunday." National Public Radio-Fresh Air

Selma to Montgomery 1965





President Johnson signs Voting Rights Act 1965

See the document at the National Archives website.  


Montgomery Advertiser Selma to Montgomery March

See the Montgomery Advertiser microfilm in the LWLC Special Collections (First Floor) 

Credit: Library of Congress

Credit: Alabama Department of Archives & History

See Selma to Montgomery memobilia at the LWLC Archives (Second Floor)   







Oral Histories

Credit: National Visionary Leardership Project

Amelia Boynton Robinson discusses the Selma March. 

Credit: ASU Archives

Barbara Ann Howard talks about her role in the Movement. 




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