JOHN LEWIS - SELMA CIVIL RIGHTS MARCH (1965)
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John Lewis in a reflective mood at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma AL
Photo: LA Times / Color-enhanced by Amazing Colorizing
We've all heard John Lewis' story at least a few times this past week, as we honor the late Civil Rights leader - so, we won't retell it here. What we've done is taken an iconic Black & White photo from the attempt to cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma on the way to Montgomery, Alabama. March leader, Hosea Williams, John Lewis, and about 600 people were met with heavy police resistance, and well, you know the rest.
In 1987, John Lewis began a 33 year run in the U.S. House of Representatives. He passed at age 80 on July 17
SELMA MARCH ACROSS THE EDMUND PETTUS BRIDGE
Color Brings American Civil Rights History To Life.