from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of south-central Alabama west of Montgomery. In 1965 it was the site of a voter registration drive led by Martin Luther King, Jr. Population: 19,300.
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- proper n. A female given name.
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- n. a town in central Alabama on the Alabama river; in 1965 it was the center of a drive to register Black voters
FREDERICK DOUGLASS REESE, ORGANIZED SELMA MARCH: My privilege in 1965 to lead the 1965 rights movement here in Selma.
JAMES CARTER, SELMA SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT: It's not unique to Selma.
December 27th, 2009 11: 35 am ET the only hope for Selma is to leave town.
Selma is a microcosim for what "conservative" leadership gets you.
Interesting – when I visited the National Voting Rights Museum in Selma AL and told the director of my religious affiliation, she quickly responded, “We could not have succeeded without the Episcopalians.” datingjesus
When I first visited the National Voting Rights Museum in Selma, I told the director that I am an Episcopal priest.
One of the more interesting things I used this summer was a scope base from Miracle Machine Works in Selma, Alabama.
To march in Selma, Alabama and have state troopers beat you up takes courage.
If you think a fetus is a human being then that is true whether than fetus is in Selma, Alabama (where I graduated from high school – GO SAINTS!) in Seattle or Sydney, Santiago, Salzberg, or Shanghai.
I spent all day yesterday in Selma for the Bloody Sunday rememberence, and it would be nice to see them recreate everything in the same spots where it happened. blog comments powered by Disqus
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