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Marching into Selma

Posted Wednesday, Sep 10 by John Noltner

Drive north on US-80 and you’ll cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge into downtown Selma. Cross the bridge in that direction and the first block on the right you will find the Selma Interpretive Center. When I got out of my car, I could feel the weight of history. Or maybe or was the heat.Just shy of 50 years ago, civil rights activists...
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