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March 2, 2018

Think of Selma, Alabama and your mind will likely turn to historic images from the civil rights movement. You will think of Bloody Sunday, the Selma to Montgomery Marches, and the Voting Rights Act. Think of Selma and you will think of history.  But for the nearly 19,0...

March 2, 2018

SELMA, Ala. — The door of the Dodge Charger could not be closed. Jarvis, the 36-year-old black man wearing a red hoodie in the passenger seat was a potential voter. He’d praised Ainka Jackson’s efforts moments earlier.

“I love what y’all are doing!” Jarvis yelled. Jacks...

March 1, 2018

Physical, emotional, economic, racial and political violence have historically impacted the development of Selma and the South. Centuries of unaddressed racial violence still define attitudes and customs that, if genuinely addressed, could unleash the potential of the...

March 1, 2018

My ancestors' connections to slavery and the Civil War is the focus of this story, though I say it in context: We are many things, but often act as though we are onlyone. In order for this country to move forward, we must name and work through those multiple identities...

As a part of the work we’re doing here at the Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth and Reconciliation through the Kellogg Foundation’s Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation (TRHT) enterprise, we all write blogs. Now given I have never written a blog, this was a chall...

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