Steven Kasher presents the exhibition Selma March 1965 with over 150 original photographs by James Barker, Spider Martin and Charles Moore. The exhibition depicts the three Selma-to-Montgomery marches that rocked the nation and galvanized the Civil Rights Movement in 1965. On March 7th, 1965, Alabama state troopers and a local posse viciously attacked civil rights demonstrators in Selma, stopping a planned peaceful march to the state capitol in Montgomery, wounding many innocent marchers.
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