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I Have a Dream Day.

Time: June 11, 2012 from 3pm to 7pm
Location: is a park located on Water Street along the Alabama River at the foot of the Pettus Bridge
Event Type: function, for, all, of, selma’s, citizens
Organized By: Sister Queen Tate
Latest Activity: Jun 11, 2012

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Coordinator By Sister Queen Tate Jackson and founder of this day we will remember the pass to move selma forward what will the community say Coordinator Songs of Selma” (a title taken from the 13th C. poem that inspired the city’s name) is a park located on Water Street along the Alabama River at the foot of the Pettus Bridge. It was from this location that in 1965 Martin Luther King Jr. initiated the historic civil rights march to Montgomery. The design charge was to create a public space and landmark, a place of identity and civic function for all of Selma’s citizens

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