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The Jeoffroy Collection - Selma to Montgomery March (1965)
Joe Jeoffroy
Silent |
1965 |
  • Map
  • Highlights
    Protesters—and law enforcement—gather en masse in Selma, AL
    The march to Montgomery begins
    Outside the Brown Chapel, the starting point of the march as well as the headquarters of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
    Reporters speak to a man sitting in a car. It is possible that the individual is Dallas County Sheriff Jim Clark, one of the officials responsible for the violent arrests of unarmed demonstrators during the first Selma march, also known as "Bloody Sunday." 
    The Alabama Department of Archives and History in Montgomery
    Back outside the Brown Chapel
    A helicopter flies overhead