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1710 W Highland Ave, Selma, United States
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2200 W Highland Ave, Selma, United States
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Selma is where in 1965 there was a famous march for voting rights. There is a museum commemorating the march, and recording how the black population lost and regained voting rights. Very moving. It also covers the Ku Klux Klan's antics. There is a ...
... tourists. And they serve their drinks in jars. Other than that I don't have much to report, the hotel I'm staying in at Selma seams reasonable enough. The pool water is cold, the sunshine is hot, and the happy hour is cheap (and I am currently ...
just a ...
We left the Whitesell's home early in the morning to arrive in Selma in time to set up for a 9:45 show. When we arrived, we had four great guys help us set up. The space required a gymnasium set-up, which means the screens must be erected ...
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Martin Luther King Jr Street and Water Ave, Selma, Alabama, United States
This museum documents the history of the region from the Civil War through the Civil Rights Movement.
1012 Water Avenue, Selma, Alabama, United States
US 80, Selma, Alabama, United States
It was on this stretch of U.S. 80 that protestors led by Martin Luther King marched from Selma to Montgomery in 1965.
410 Martin Luther King Jr Street, Selma, Alabama, United States
Headquarters for the 1965 voting rights marches.