Selma:  Then and Now!

“We still have a long way to go to insure equal rights to vote in America. Old battles have become new again” – Selma Congresswoman Terri Sewell Selma, Alabama is known as the birthplace of the Voting Rights Movement. Perhaps that’s why, Selma has a very complicated and conflicted history; a history of civil war and civil rights. “We are Selma, from the blood-stained fields of the Civil War, to the blood-stained bridge,” said 38-year-old Selma Mayor Darrio Melton, during the 52nd Anniversary of the infamous Edmund Pettis Bridge Crossing Jubilee at the iconic Browns Chapel AME church. “We are the birthplace of democracy. We believe that so goes Selma, so goes the nation. We are not the coun

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