T Ellis Fine Art  - Bloody Sunday- Selma, 1965, $225.00 (http://www.tellisfineart.com/bloody-sunday-selma-1965/)

Bloody Sunday- Selma, 1965

"Bloody Sunday- Selma, is the official painting that was unveiled with artist, Ted T. Ellis and Mayor George Evans during the Anniversary celebratio

Bloody Sunday, Selma 1965 Coffee Mug

Bloody Sunday, Selma 1965 Coffee Mug

Protest: Martin Luther King during his march from Selma, Alabam, to Montgomery in 1965 as part of the American civil rights movement

A cool customer! The stunning collection of never published pictures from legendary American photographer Steve Schapiro

James Baldwin, Joan Baez, James Forman marching in Montgomery, Alabama 1965.

James Baldwin, Joan Baez, and James Forman (left to right) enter Montgomery, Alabama on the Selma to Montgomery march for voting rights,

Marching for voting rights Selma Alabama in 1965.

The Racist History Behind The Iconic Selma Bridge

March Civil rights' marchers cross the Alabama river on the Edmund Pettus Bridge at Selma, 8 abreast. Led by Dr., this is the start of their march to Montgomery, Alabama's capital. Photo: AP in Selma, AL

Martin Luther King leads the historic Selma March to Montgomery ca. 1965 by Bob Adelman

The Radical Paradox of Martin Luther King’s Devotion to Nonviolence

collective-history: “ Martin Luther King leads the historic Selma March to Montgomery ca. 1965 by Bob Adelman ”

Amelia Boynton Robinson after she was beaten by state troopers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma Alabama (1965) [711 x 1024]

Amelia Boynton Robinson has died today at In this photo she is with a fellow marcher in 1965 after being knocked unconscious by Alabama troopers at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma. She was played by Lorraine Toussaint in the film “Selma

Young civil rights marchers with American flags march in Montgomery, 1965. (Stephen Somerstein/New York Historical Society)

These Iconic Photos Of The Selma March Tell A Powerful Story

Young civil rights marchers with American flags march in Montgomery, (Stephen Somerstein/New York Historical Society) Key idea: Civil Rights movements

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, praying with some of his fellow civil rights activists as they prepare to peacefully march on 1 February 1965 (subsequently known as “Bloody Sunday”) in Selma, Alabama.

Martin Luther King Jr, praying with some of his fellow civil rights activists as they prepare to peacefully march on 1 February 1965 (subsequently known as “Bloody Sunday”) in Selma, Alabama. this is the only time you need to kneel.in prayer!

[© UPI photo] Selma, 1965  Oh Wallace,     you never can jail us all, Oh Wallace,     segregation's bound to fall

[© UPI photo] Selma, 1965 Oh Wallace, you never can jail us all, Oh Wallace, segregation's bound to fall

As a young, black pastor in segregated Indianapolis in the 1950s and 60s, Rev. Andrew J. Brown marched for civil rights. In 1963, Brown organized Indianapolis blacks to show voting strength, and in 1965 heAs a young, black pastor in segregated Indianapolis in the 1950s and 60s, Rev. Andrew J. Brown marched for civil rights. In 1963, Brown organized Indianapolis blacks to show voting strength, and in 1965 he marched with his friend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, Ala. A native of…

As a young, black pastor in segregated Indianapolis in the 1950s and 60s, Rev. Andrew J. Brown marched for civil rights. In 1963, Brown organized Indianapolis blacks to show voting strength, and in 1965 heAs a young, black pastor in segregated Indianapolis in the 1950s and 60s, Rev. Andrew J. Brown marched for civil rights. In 1963, Brown organized Indianapolis blacks to show voting strength, and in 1965 he marched with his friend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, Ala. A native of…

These Rare Photos of the Selma March Place You in the Thick of History | History | Smithsonian

These Rare Photos of the Selma March Place You in the Thick of History

Rare photos from a 1965 Selma March participant’s POV Source: bobbycaputo

NEW YORK (AP) —  The youngest participant in Selma’s 1965 march describes the day by Verena Dobnik, Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — The youngest participant in Selma’s 1965 march describes the day by Verena Dobnik, Associated Press

Selma 1965   James Barker, a photographer from Alaska, shares his memories of documenting the famed event

These Rare Photos of the Selma March Place You in the Thick of History

A group of young people celebrate the success of the third Selma march by singing. In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, check out more powerful photos of the march from Smithsonian Magazine.

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