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'BLOODY SUNDAY' | March on Selma, Selma, Alabama,1965. State troopers and sheriff's deputies tear gassed demonstrators on March 7, 1965, during the Selma to Montgomery March. The day would later would be named "Bloody Sunday."

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Black History Month: Selma-to-Montgomery Marches

"BLOODY SUNDAY" March 7, 1965 | Civil Rights Demonstrators, struggle on the ground, as state troopers use violence to break up a March in Selma, Alabama, on what is known as “BLOODY SUNDAY” March 7, 1965. The supporters of Black Voting Rightsc organized a March, from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, protesting the killing of a demonstrator by a state trooper and to improve Voter Registration for Blacks, who were discouraged to register. (AP Photo)



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The cast of Selma remembered Bloody Sunday by staging a symbolic march through the streets of the Alabama city.

March 7, 1965 – Bloody Sunday: A group of 600 civil rights marchers are forcefully broken up in Selma, Alabama.

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The First March From Selma - March 7, 1965. #ShadesofColor #BlackHistory

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LIFE Magazine March 19, 1965 - Selma Alabama Civil Rights March