Selma - Montgomery March

In 1965, only 300 out of 14,000 African American citizens were registered to vote in the sleepy town of Selma, Alabama. The Dallas County Voters League and Martin Luther King Jr. lead marches designed to protest the ridiculous tests registrants were forced to take before they could be granted the right to vote.

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