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LBJ for Kids: Selma to Montgomery

Trace the progress of the four-day march from Selma to Montgomery in March, 1965, organized by The Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in support of voting rights for African Americans.
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Trace the progress of the four-day march from Selma to Montgomery in March, 1965, organized by The Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in support of voting rights for African Americans. Use the reports written by Joseph Califano, Jr., Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense and explore the timeline of civil rights activities that occurred during the Johnson Administration and learn why this was such an important issue. There are activities to engage in to help students learn more about this march for equality.

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