These Iconic Photos Of The 1965 Selma March Give A Powerful Glimpse Of The Historic ProtestBreaking News
tags: Selma, Selma March
The racial tension that gripped Alabama in the 1960s resulted in some of the most iconic moments of the Civil Rights movement that have been captured and retold over time.
The 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery was arguably one of the more historic events -- and it has prompted renewed focus on and awareness of the incredible fight for voting rights, most recently retold through the lens of director Ava Duvernay and her film “Selma.”
Now, another artist also aims to share additional insight from the front lines of the same protest, which marked a peak moment in the fight for racial equality and social justice.
comments powered by Disqus
- The Koreas Are Weighing a Peace Deal. Here’s What That Might Mean.
- Slavery's hidden history in the mid-Hudson Valley coming to light
- The discovery of a map made by a Native American is reshaping thinking about the Lewis & Clark expedition
- New findings from Penn Slavery Project show how U. benefitted financially from enslaved labor
- Is it anti-Semitic for President Trump to call Chuck Todd ‘sleepy eyes’?
- This is what happened when a historian with a rural background wrote favorably about gun control in the Washington Post
- Is Economics Going Back To The 1800s? Maybe So.
- Historian: Why destroying archives is never a good idea
- Feds charge controversial Kent State University professor Julio Pino with lying to FBI
- New Yorker publishes profile of H.R. McMaster just weeks after Trump fires him