CELEBRATE BLACK UNKNOWN HISTORY (Make sure to turn on the subtitle before you guys watch it! ^^)


Montgomery, AL
May 4th, 1961 before the first freedom riders After the first civil right movement
Montgomery bus boycott May 6th, 1961 Map of the freedom riders route tripline on May 4th, 1961 Martin L. King (L) Frederick D. Reese (R), Selma to Montgomery on March 7th, 1965 Frederick D. Reese in August 2017 was an American civil rights activist,
educator and minister from Selma, Alabama. Born on November 28, 1929
Died on April 5, 2018 Selma to Montgomery on 1965 Joanne Bland (July 29, 1952 ~) the co-founder and former director of the
National Voting Rights Museum in Selma, Alabama. and was the youngest protester at the age of 11 years old to have been jailed during any civil rights demonstration during that time period. Frederick Lee “Fred” Shuttlesworth was a U.S. civil rights an activist who led the fight against segregation and other forms of racism as a minister in Birmingham, Alabama. “Brick-a-Day” Church It was an important gathering place for activities related to the Civil Rights movement and was led from 1952 to 1961. The results of a bomb attack by the hate group Veterans of the Civil Rights Movement
(Frank Holloway) shared a Fulton county jail cell with Dr. King Jr and he witnesses the bomb at “Brick-a-Day” Church in Montgomery, Alabama The picture was taken on April 12, 2017
(Frank Holloway) Inside of “Brick-a-day” church
(Mass meeting) Maggie street Baptist Church
1965 (Mass meeting) National Guard releases everyone out of the church.
National Guard truck was sent to retrieved the freedom riders out of the church
May 1961 Charles Persons is an African American civil
rights activist who participated in the 1961 Freedom Rides. And plus he was one of the First Thirteen original
Freedom Riders to participate and travel on tripline Grey Hound Bus station in Montgomery, Alabama
1961 Lunch counter sit-in Montgomery, Alabama
1963 Crest lunch sit-in Montgomery, Alabama
1963 Anniston, Alabama
A mob protest the Freedom Riders during their tripline in 1961 Edward Woods is a Civil Rights Activist
and he witnessed the bus burning in Anniston, Alabama picture of burning bus
that carried Freedom Riders Catherine Burks-Brooks is an American
civil rights movement activist. Burks participated in multiple Freedom rides including
a Freedom ride from Tennessee to Montgomery, Alabama. She was known as challenge commission Bullconnor Before and after picture of Catherine Burks Injustice result of Commission Bullconnor Sarah Collins Rudolph is the “fifth” survivor
of the 16th Street Baptist church bombing in 1963 16th street Baptist Church explosion of the bombing Sarah Collins Rudolph as little girl on September 15, 1963
There was a terrorist attack that carried out by 4 members of Ku Klux Klan Moses J. Newson is an African American journalist for the Baltimore Afro-American in Baltimore, Maryland He covered the Civil Rights movement, school desegregation, voting rights. Infamous murder and trial of Emmet Till. He was attacked in Anniston, Alabama when a mob
firebombed it and forced the doors shut in an attempt to trap the passengers inside. Moses J. Newson covered Emmett Till funeral Emmett Till when he was 14 years old.
Mamie Till grieving over son casket. September 6th, 1955 Picture of Freedom Riders and President Barak Obama Andrew Young
Begin his career as a pastor, early leader in the civil rights movement. He was one of the Dr. King’s closes confident Wash day on every Saturday. Little girl in Birmingham, 1963 Lowndes county, Alabama
1960 Convict leasing Birmingham, Alabama
1961

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