South to Selma: 'Outside Agitators' and the Civil Rights March That Changed America

South to Selma Outside Agitators and the Civil Rights March That Changed America What was it like to participate in arguably the most important civil rights protest in U S history the march from Selma to Montgomery Alabama in the spring of led by the Rev Martin Luther King

  • Title: South to Selma: 'Outside Agitators' and the Civil Rights March That Changed America
  • Author: Gary G. Yerkey
  • ISBN: 9781484868959
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • What was it like to participate in arguably the most important civil rights protest in U.S history the march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in the spring of 1965, led by the Rev Martin Luther King Jr And why did a few white students from a small liberal arts college in the North decide to head south to join the cause, even when others were saying it was none of thWhat was it like to participate in arguably the most important civil rights protest in U.S history the march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in the spring of 1965, led by the Rev Martin Luther King Jr And why did a few white students from a small liberal arts college in the North decide to head south to join the cause, even when others were saying it was none of their business This book answers those questions and through the eyes of one of the students who put his beliefs to the test and traveled south to fight for the rights of his fellow Americans, despite the risks It is also the story of a college caught in the crosshairs of history, and of a student journey that, in some small way, would help change America.

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