Selma: The Other Side Of 1965
-- Here is the unknown story of the essential role played by the African Methodist Episcopal Church in the civil rights movement.-- For the first time, virtually all of the "ground crew" who made the March to Montgomery come together and are credited by name in print.-- The book makes a dramatic and original contribution to a major era of advancement toward freedom in American history. In addition to supplying new original material for researchers, it will provide hours of pleasure for every reader.We know the story of that fateful March 7, 1965 protest march from Selma to Montgomery, AL, which ended in bloodshed on the Edmund Pettus Bridge. Reverend Lewis traces the history of the struggle among blacks for equal rights, beginning with the days of slavery itself. Some of the information has rarely been told before, including the critical role played by the African Methodist Episcopal Church.
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- Format: Hardcover
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Factor Pr
- ISBN-13: 9781887650342
- ISBN: 1887650342
- Publication Year: 2002