Amelia Boynton Robinson, activist beaten on Selma bridge, dies at 104 - The Washington Post

Amelia Boynton Robinson, activist beaten on Selma bridge, dies at 104

Boynton is aided by two men after she was injured when state police broke up a demonstration march in Selma, Ala. on Bloody Sunday, March

Bloody Sunday Anniversary Commemorated With March Across Selma Bridge

Thousands March On Selma Bridge To Mark 'Bloody Sunday'

, March 8 (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of people paraded across a Selma, Alabama bridge on Sunday to commemorate the 1965 "Bloody Sunday" mar.

A huge crowd came to the bridge, where 50 years ago peaceful civil rights demonstrators were attacked by armed officers. | Selma Bridge Crossing Almost Canceled Due To Large Crowd Numbers, But Demonstrators March On - BuzzFeed News

A huge crowd came to the bridge, where 50 years ago peaceful civil rights demonstrators were attacked by armed officers.

Iconic Selma bridge has a racist back story

Iconic Selma bridge has a racist back story

When President Obama delivers his much anticipated address here on Saturday from the Edmund Pettus Bridge to mark the anniversary of Bloody Sunday, he'll be walking on sacred ground.

John Lewis and other marchers on the Edmund Pettit Bridge in Selma -- March 7, 1965

John Lewis and other marchers on the Edmund Pettit Bridge in Selma -- March 7, 1965

President Barack Obama and the First Family led the way across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Saturday as they reenacted the iconic march that took place at the same location fifty years ago.   A large delegation marched behind in a...

President Obama, First Family Lead The Way In March Across Selma Bridge

President Obama Lead The Way In Historic March Across Edmund Pettus Bridge In Selma

Alabama, The Selma Bridge

50 States, 50 Landmarks

Selma bridge and the battle over its 'KKK name'.  Edmund Pettus Bridge

Selma bridge and the battle over its 'KKK name'

50 years after "Bloody Sunday" at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama

KKK founder remembered in billboard at the foot of Selma bridge | Daily Mail Online

KKK founder remembered in billboard at the foot of Selma bridge

Moving vintage photographs capture the tension, tenderness and violence of Bloody Sunday marches in Selma 50 years ago

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