After spending the morning in Montgomery, we traveled to Selma and had lunch at the “Downtowner.”

Later, we revisited the struggle for federal voting rights legislation by remembering “Bloody Sunday.”

We visited Brown Chapel and retraced the walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge which began the Selma to Montgomery voting rights march, and which was the subject of Judge Johnson’s opinion in Williams v. Wallace; visitation of the National Voting Rights Museum.

Here are all of my entries and posts about time spent exploring civil rights in Selma.