Selma and Voting Rights Act 1965.pdf

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Key Terms: Selma Voting Drive 1965 Jimmie Lee Jackson Malcom X Assassination2/25/1965 Amelia Boynton Sheriff Jim Clark Selma to MontgomeryMarch 3/7/65 EdmundPettis Bridge BloodySunday Governor George Wallace James Reeb VotingRights Act of 1965 Race riots in northern cities in summer of 1964 SNCCworkingwith locals in Selma to organize voting campaign Turned to MLK andSCLC for help Launched combinedeffort in1965 Selma Voting Drive (wasthe combinedeffort) Sheriff Jim Clarke They wantedhim to react so it woulddraw national attention He arrested Amelia Boynton- respected communityleader CT Vivian confrontedClarke and other officers in front of the courthouse steps Jimmie Lee Jackson attemptedto protect his motherfrom an attack He wasshot byan Alabama state trooper and died In responseto his death, a march was organized Selma to Montgomery Gov Wallace wasdetermined to not let the march take place Route crossed over EdmundPetis Bridge
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  • Fall '17
  • Alexander Shashko
  • Voting Rights Act, Selma to Montgomery marches, Selma Voting Drive

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