We walked across the historic Edmund Pettus Bridge to reenact the Bloody Sunday march.
While in Selma we completed four different service projects. One team cleaned the Voting Rights park. One team assisted with archiving projects at the Voting Rights Institute. Another team worked at the McRae Learning Academy and the final group worked at Tabernacle Baptist Church.
We had a wonderful lecture from the staff at the Southern Poverty Law Center.
We visited Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, Dr. King's church while he was in Montgomery, on our walking tour of Montgomery.
Bus One Trip Coordinators: Mathias Hughey, Elsa Kraus, and Paul Williams. Thanks for all of your hard work to make this trip possible, team!
Ms. Bland challenges Eve to know the history of the movement so she can use it to make change in our world today.
Learning about the Voting Rights March that ended at the steps of the State Capital of Alabama in Montgomery.