Selma to Montgomery

Rev. F. D. Reese narrative of the Selma to Montgomery March 21, 1965.

The Front Line of the March from Selma to Montgomery

In this segment of Marching Into History, Rev. F.D. Reese discusses the events of the days preceding the march to the Capitol in Montgomery. He also recounts the names of many of the people who were on the front line, including Dr. King and Rosa Parks. 


Credits:  

Deonya Fields

Published on May 30, 2009 

Reverend F W Reese and Martin Luther King, 1965. Film 99239

Selma : The Real Selma Footage (3 Part series)

Reverend F W Reese and Martin Luther King, 1965. Archive film 99239


Credits: Richard Morris

Published on Jan 26, 2015 


Stand

Rev. Dr. Frederick Douglas Reese narrative of the Selma Teachers march in Selma, AL 

Teachers in Selma March for the Right to Vote

In this segment of Marching Into History, Rev. F.D. Reese recalls the march of Selma teachers in January 1965. Reese, then president of the Selma City Teachers' Association, led the march to the county courthouse to protest the lack of voting rights for African Americans. 


Credits:  Deonya Fields

Published on May 30, 2009