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Bruce Davidson The Selma March. Martin Luther King, Jr. led a group of marchers from Selma to Montgomery to fight for Black suffrage. Selma, Alabama, USA. 1965. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson The Selma March. Martin Luther King, Jr. led a group of marchers from Selma to Montgomery. Selma, Alabama, USA. 1965. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson On the second day, marchers awoke to a light drizzle. Those who did not have raincoats fashioned coverings out of plastic. Selma, USA. 1965. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Martin Luther King Jr. on the Selma March for Black suffrage. The march went from Selma to Montgomery. Selma, USA. 1965. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson The Selma March. Along with the hostile bystanders, they found a few supporters of their cause. Montgomery, Alabama, USA. 1965. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Car of Viola Liuzzo, a white civil rights worker from Detroit, who was driving to Selma with 19-year-old Leroy Morton, when they were forced off the road, shot and killed. Selma, Alabama, USA. 1965. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson During the Selma March that Martin Luther King led, organized to show support for a drive to register black voters. Voting registration held in the former gallows. Near Selma, Alabama. 1965. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson At the end of the march in Montgomery, marchers crowd into the front of the capitol to hear Martin Luther King's address. Montgomery, Alabama, USA. 1965. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos
Bruce Davidson Police wait at the capitol building for the marchers to arrive from the Selma March. Montgomery, Alabama, USA. 1965. © Bruce Davidson | Magnum Photos