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  Selma, Alabama Year Pop.   ±%   1850 3,073 —     1860 3,177 +3.4% 1870 6,484 +104.1% 1880 7,529 +16.1% 1890 7,622 +1...more

  • Battle of Selma begins with annual School Days Dozens of students from around Alabama came to Selma Thursday to travel back to the 19th century. The 149th anniversary of the Battle of Selma kicked off with School Days, which invites schools to take part in demonstrations and explanations about life in ...
  • Report again lists Selma last among business-friendly cities For the second-straight year, a Birmingham-based think tank ranked Selma dead last in its list of business-friendly cities. The Alabama Policy Institute’s study uses economic vitality, business tax burden, community allure and transportation ...
  • Battle of Selma becomes living history lesson Some of his ancestors died in the Civil War, and that drives him to work even harder as planning begins long before the Battle of Selma re-enactment — one of Alabama’s most popular outdoor events — is held each April. “Reading from a book is one ...
  • Alabama Supreme Court protects unborn children will be the site of the2010 Alabama Secession Day Commemoration ... "The event is being organized by Patricia Godwin, a racist neo-Confederate from Selma who annually holds a birthday party to honor Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest, a wealthy ...
  • It's A 'Middle of Nowhere' Reunion! Lorraine Toussaint Will Play Amelia Boynton In Ava DuVernay's 'Selma' Lorraine Toussaint has joined the cast of Ava DuVernay's MLK drama Selma, playing Amelia Boynton ... the 1965 Voting Rights Act and who was the first African American woman in Alabama to run for Congress. She helped Martin Luther King Jr. establish ...
  • 'That Book' and the Credit for Equality Since she is not in the history books, most people have never heard of her. Ms. Liuzzo was a white Detroit mother of five who went to Selma, Alabama after the horrific attack by police on voting rights protesters on Edmund Pettus Bridge in 1965.
  • A rabbi, the "Bloody Sunday" march and liberation The Pilgrimage would end in Selma Alabama with a recreation of the famous voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery. This march took place 49 years ago. In Jackson, we went to the home of the assassinated civil rights hero, Medgar Evers, and heard ...
  • Martin Luther King Biopic 'Selma' Finds Its Coretta Scott King Alabama. This project and the rival Greengrass project have both been in development for about the same time frame, and it looks like Selma is going to beat Memphis to the punch. Tom Wilkinson will be playing Lyndon B. Johnson, and Ava DuVernay will be ...
  • New Selma-to-Montgomery march is more than just a reenactment (CNN)-- Civil rights activists reenacting a 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, are doing more than just reliving an important part of American history -- they are bringing a new message to an old fight. Two days after NAACP President Ben Jealous ...
  • Selma march to Alabama capital relaunched with new spirit, purpose (slideshow) SELMA, Alabama -- Sometimes singing old civil rights songs and led by a mix of old and younger civil rights activists, several thousand protesters marched across the Edmund Pettus Bridge Sunday, beginning a trek that will take them to Montgomery -- again.
  • Battle of Selma begins with annual School Days Dozens of students from around Alabama came to Selma Thursday to travel back to the 19th century. The 149th anniversary of the Battle of Selma kicked off with School Days, which invites schools to take part in demonstrations and explanations about life in ...
  • Report again lists Selma last among business-friendly cities For the second-straight year, a Birmingham-based think tank ranked Selma dead last in its list of business-friendly cities. The Alabama Policy Institute’s study uses economic vitality, business tax burden, community allure and transportation ...
  • Battle of Selma becomes living history lesson Some of his ancestors died in the Civil War, and that drives him to work even harder as planning begins long before the Battle of Selma re-enactment — one of Alabama’s most popular outdoor events — is held each April. “Reading from a book is one ...
  • Alabama Supreme Court protects unborn children will be the site of the2010 Alabama Secession Day Commemoration ... "The event is being organized by Patricia Godwin, a racist neo-Confederate from Selma who annually holds a birthday party to honor Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest, a wealthy ...
  • It's A 'Middle of Nowhere' Reunion! Lorraine Toussaint Will Play Amelia Boynton In Ava DuVernay's 'Selma' Lorraine Toussaint has joined the cast of Ava DuVernay's MLK drama Selma, playing Amelia Boynton ... the 1965 Voting Rights Act and who was the first African American woman in Alabama to run for Congress. She helped Martin Luther King Jr. establish ...
  • 'That Book' and the Credit for Equality Since she is not in the history books, most people have never heard of her. Ms. Liuzzo was a white Detroit mother of five who went to Selma, Alabama after the horrific attack by police on voting rights protesters on Edmund Pettus Bridge in 1965.
  • A rabbi, the "Bloody Sunday" march and liberation The Pilgrimage would end in Selma Alabama with a recreation of the famous voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery. This march took place 49 years ago. In Jackson, we went to the home of the assassinated civil rights hero, Medgar Evers, and heard ...
  • Martin Luther King Biopic 'Selma' Finds Its Coretta Scott King Alabama. This project and the rival Greengrass project have both been in development for about the same time frame, and it looks like Selma is going to beat Memphis to the punch. Tom Wilkinson will be playing Lyndon B. Johnson, and Ava DuVernay will be ...
  • New Selma-to-Montgomery march is more than just a reenactment (CNN)-- Civil rights activists reenacting a 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, are doing more than just reliving an important part of American history -- they are bringing a new message to an old fight. Two days after NAACP President Ben Jealous ...
  • Selma march to Alabama capital relaunched with new spirit, purpose (slideshow) SELMA, Alabama -- Sometimes singing old civil rights songs and led by a mix of old and younger civil rights activists, several thousand protesters marched across the Edmund Pettus Bridge Sunday, beginning a trek that will take them to Montgomery -- again.

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