Hosea Williams and John Lewis confront troopers on Bloody Sunday.
Sherriff's Deputies prepare to confront marchers.
State troopers charge demonstrators with their billy clubs.
Dr. King speaking at Brown AME Church after Bloody Sunday
In the basement of Brown Chapel on March 21, 1965
Marching on the streets of Montgomery after the rain ceased on March 24, 1965
Walking through the streets of Montgomery on March 25, 1965
The march makes its way through Lowndes Country under Armed Guard.
Mants, Lewis, Williams and Young with Brown’s Chapel AME Church in the background
Marching with the United Nation’s flag
A marcher protests segregation across the United States, the flag positioned upside down to signal distress.
Joan Baez at the Selma to Montgomery March