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Officials indicated that Adidas Los Angeles Oreo the National Historic Landmark designation can now be used as a vehicle to secure federal funds for much needed projects in Selma.
The Edmund Pettus Bridge spans the Alabama River in Selma, Ala. The National Park Service unveiled a plaque designating the Edmund Pettus Bridge as a National Historic Landmark on Monday, March 10, 2014, in Selma, Ala.(Photo: Lloyd Gallman, Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser)
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of the Selma to Montgomery Historic Trail, which has been taking shape with interpretive centers, sites where rest stops existed along the 1965 march route and other features.
Millions of Americans watching film of the assault that night on television were horrified and angered, which influenced Congress into passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Selma Mayor George Evans was joined by Mayors Todd Strange of Montgomery and William Bell of Birmingham at the unveiling of a plaque explaining the significance of the bridge where the assault known as "Bloody Sunday" occurred.
sheriff Jim Clark.
The federal honor capped a picture perfect weekend for Selma, which welcomed thousands of visitors from around the country for the 49th annual Bridge Crossing Jubilee.
"The violence of 'Bloody Sunday' did not stop the marchers from their ultimate destination," Jarvis said. Congress."
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SELMA, Ala. Mayors of three historic Alabama cities met Monday to help designate the Edmund Pettus Bridge the scene of a violent assault by state Adidas Originals Trainers Blue And Yellow
Jarvis said the bridge which was built in 1940 now carries "some of the same echoes you can hear at places like the Lincoln Memorial and Independence Hall."
troopers on peaceful marchers in 1965 as a national landmark.
'Bloody Sunday' bridge now a national landmark
The ceremony was held at a small park just below the Alabama River bridge where cars and trucks rumbled overhead, at times drowning out the speakers. Senator was not much more than a "little known" river crossing in the American South until March 7, 1965.
Dignitaries uncover a National Park Service plaque designating the Edmund Pettus Bridge as a National Historic Landmark on Monday, March 10, 2014, in Selma, Ala.(Photo: Lloyd Galman, Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser)
In his remarks, Jarvis said the peaceful protest that had been scattered by law enforcement officers became "a watershed event in the civil rights movement."
That was the day a large contingent of Alabama State Troopers, under orders from then Gov. George C. Wallace to stop the marchers, set upon 600 black activists who were marching to Montgomery to protest for easier access to ballot boxes around Alabama.
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