Martin Luther King leading march from Selma to Montgomery to protest lack of voting rights for African Americans. Beside King is John Lewis, Reverend Jesse Douglas, James Forman and Ralph Abernathy.
January 01, 1900 License
Young civil rights activist waves an American flag during the Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights Marches. There were three march attempts, the first was coined 'Bloody Sunday' after it was marked by violence against the civil rights...More
Martin Luther King Jr. stands next to Reverend Ralph Abernathy at a rally held in Selma, Alabama, during marches to Montgomery.
The National Guard lines the route of the civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery to protest denial of voting rights to African Americans.
Martin Luther King Jr. walks among the crowd during a march from Selma to Montgomery.
Civil rights marchers hold hands during a rainy rally in Selma.
Dr. Martin Luther King points to Selma, Alabama on a map at a Southern Christian Leadership Conference office, as he calls for a three-pronged attack on racial barriers. Negro leaders indicate that January 18 will bring the biggest...More
January 15, 1965 License
Civil rights marchers gather near Browns Chapel to start a march to Montgomery.
Martin Luther King in conversation while leading march from Selma to Montgomery to protest lack of voting rights for African Americans.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and group of marchers enter Montgomery at the end of the Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights March.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and civil rights marchers enter Montgomery from Selma during the Selma-Montgomery Civil Rights marches.
Coretta Scott King
Martin Luther King III
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