Selma, Alabama

The National Voting Rights Museum And Institute

The National Voting Rights Museum and Institute is located in Selma, Alabama, near the Edmund Pettus Bridge were “Bloody Sunday” occurred during a planned march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965. The institution shows artifacts regarding the struggle of women and African Americans to garner the right to vote in every county and in every state in the United States.

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