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President Obama walks holding hands with Amelia Boynton, who was beaten during "Bloody Sunday," as they and the first family and others (including Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga.) walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge.

The Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights March, 1965 photo by James Karales

James Karales :: from ‘The Selma to Montgomery Civil Rights March’, 1965 src: Duke University

Fultz Quadruplets (born May 23, 1946, Rockingham, North Carolina) became the 1st identical African American quadruplets on record. They are pictured meeting President Kennedy.

Fultz Quadruplets (born May Rockingham, North Carolina) became the identical African American quadruplets on record. They are pictured meeting President Kennedy.

In honor of the tragedy that was Bloody Sunday:    Bystanders cheering the Selma to Montgomery March, 1965.

In honor of the tragedy that was Bloody Sunday: Bystanders cheering the Selma to Montgomery March,

Amid voting rights criticism, Alabama partially backs off controversial plan to close driver license offices

Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali and their delicious daughters.

Malcolm X and his daughters with Muhammed Ali Two great men - two outstanding fathers.

"BLOODY SUNDAY", MARCH 7, 1965  |  HOSEA WILLIAMS (left) and JOHN LEWIS of SNCC, leading more than 500 people across EDMUND PETTUS BRIDGE from SELMA, heading to MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA, on March 7, 1965.  Peaceful marchers protesting the shooting death of JIMMY LEE JACKSON were assaulted by law enforcement. (The Birmingham News file)

Selma to Montgomery march will target immigration, voter ID laws

1955: Civil Rights Activist and seamstress Rosa Parks refuses to give up her bus seat in Montgomery, Alabama.  Her simple act, which led to her arrest, sparked the Civil Rights Movement and inspired hundred of thousands across the country. #TurnofStyle

Rosa Parks, A Supreme Court ruling banned segregation on the city's public transit vehicles. I love her and her brave spirit.

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Martin Luther King, and children marching from Selma to Montgomery

P.C. Gumbs  London's first black policeman - 1968

Britain's first black policeman PC Norwell Gumbs (later changed his name to Norwell Roberts) directing traffic, 1968

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VP Biden visits Selma, joins Bloody Sunday remembrance march (Photos)

US Vice President Joe Biden helped lead the annual crossing of the Edmund Pettus Bridge, commemorating Bloody Sunday

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