Selma Alabama Civil Rights Driving Tour
During the Civil Rights Movement Selma Alabama had its own series of marches that resulted in the "Bloody Sunday" attack on peaceful protestors on Edmund Pettus Bridge. This tour visits several buildings and locations throughout Selma that are notable for their connection to the Civil Rights Movement. This tour begins at the Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church and ends at the National Voting Rights Museum and Institute where you can learn more about the struggle for voting rights and the Civil Rights Movement.
African American History