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Martin Luther King Jr., Marching with Group, Selma March, AL 1965

Steve Schapiro

Martin Luther King, Jr. leading the march from Selma to Montgomery Alabama for voting rights for African Americans. Linked arm-in-arm on either side of King is Ralph Abernathy, James Forman, John Lewis, and Reverend Jesse Douglas. The image captures the leadership, the unity, and the strength of the civil rights leaders, who faced violence from law enforcement as well as death threats during their fight for voting rights for African Americans.

16" x 20"

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