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TEACHERS IN SELMA, AL INSPIRED THE VOTERS RIGHTS MOVEMENT

 “In 1965, I would not have thought I’d get a chance to walk across the {Edmund Pettus Bridge} in celebration,” said Reese, who recently joined hundreds for a bridge crossing reenacment. “I marched so everyone, regardless of color, could become a first-class citzen.” 


From the Article,  "Six Weeks Before Bloody Sunday, Selma Teachers' March mobilized community, ignited movement."... Reese recalled. “The time had come for us to set an example for our fellow citizens. Regardless of the color of our skin or the content of our character, we had a right to participate in the political process that governed our lives. Voting was a fundamental aspect of that process. We knew if we marched, as teachers, we would inspire and enlist others to come and join us. And in the end, that is exactly what happened.”  Credit: Story by 2015 Keystone

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 “My intention in all of this was to give leadership to people who had reservations about getting involved in the Movement,” Reese said. “People were looking to the teachers, and we were able to provide that leadership. So I sit here today, thanking God, that regardless of the color of our skin or the content of our character, we won the right to participate in the political process that governed our lives.”  

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