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How Many Died In The March On Selma?

In 1965, three protest marches were held in the United States to fight for voting rights for black people. These marches were the Selma to Montgomery marches, and nonviolent activists organized them to shed light on all of the racial injustices in American society. The marches started in Selma, Alabama, and went all the way to Montgomery, the state capital. Segregation was rampant in the South during this time, and something had to be done. Black people did not have the same rights ...

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    How Many Died In The March On Selma?

    How Many Died In The March On Selma?

    In 1965, three protest marches were held in the United States to fight for voting rights for black people. These marches were the Selma to Montgomery …

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