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Selma and the Voting Rights Act (The Civil Rights Movement)

by David Aretha

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Provides an account of the events of 1965 when civil rights activists, led by Martin Luther King, Jr., gathered in Selma, Alabama, to protest practices designed to keep African-Americans from being able to vote, and discusses how the televised violence against the activists caused widespread outrage that spurred the passage of the Voting Rights Act.
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Provides an account of the events of 1965 when civil rights activists, led by Martin Luther King, Jr., gathered in Selma, Alabama, to protest practices designed to keep African-Americans from being able to vote, and discusses how the televised violence against the activists caused widespread outrage that spurred the passage of the Voting Rights Act.… (more)

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