The Meaning of the Selma March: GREAT DAY AT TRICKEM FORK

Heinz, W. C.; Lindeman, Bard
May 1965
Saturday Evening Post;5/22/1965, Vol. 238 Issue 10, p30
Focuses on the Selma march in 1965 in Alabama. Number of African Americans who participated in the march; View of Doctor William Lyon, a clinical psychologist, on the march; Result of the effort of the Negroes in joining the Selma march.


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