Story of the Selma march with many photos.

When state troopers met the demonstrators at the edge of the city by the Edmund Pettus Bridge, that day became known as "Bloody Sunday." Why were the people marching?

Background & story of the march and King's speech.

From the lunch-counter sit-ins to the March to Montgomery, tells the story of the Movement.
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Photo essay on Southern segregation and the Freedom Movement.

Thereafter, Mr King led the historic March on Washington on August 28, 1963, the same event where he delivered his most memorable “I have a dream” speech.

Detailed and powerful history of the Freedom Rides and riders.

- About the Greek flag: "Freedom or Death" ( Eleftheria i Thanatos) was the motto during the Greek Revolution against the Ottoman Empire. It is believed that the nine lines of the flag reflects the number of syllables in the greek phrase "Eleftheria i Thanatos" = Freedom or Death.

Illustrated description of the march, the participants, and the history that led up to it.
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16/01/2018 · The Transition from Slavery to Freedom

The Freedom Ballot campaign is based on the "One Man, One Vote" principle that all adult citizens should be eligible to vote. The campaign is designed to show that Blacks in large numbers want to vote but are denied the right to do so — and that the white segregationists elected to office do not represent Mississippi Blacks.

Martin Luther King and the Great March to Freedom in Detroit

The Nationwide Rally for Religious Freedom welcomes all participants, of whatever religious persuasion — and even those of no religious faith — who are united by support for and desire to protect the United States Constitution’s First Amendment right of religious liberty currently under attack by the HHS Mandate.

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In late October, almost 100 students — mainly from Yale and Stanford, and most of them white — are recruited by National Student Association and Democratic Party activist Allard Lowenstein to come work as volunteers on the Freedom Ballot campaign. They represent the first large influx of northern whites into a Mississippi Freedom Movement which is 99.9% Black. They share the work and the danger that Blacks have endured for years, some are arrested, some are beaten, but overall violence across the state drops noticeably during the two weeks they are in Mississippi. The white students also draw expanded coverage from the press, and with it increased political pressure on the Kennedy administration. The visible presence of federal law enforcement suddenly increases — but only temporarily. When the white students leave, so do the federal agents. As Lawrence Guyot put it: ""

Collection of Bruce Davidson's photographs of the Freedom Movement.

The Freedom Movement in Florida as lived by a Freedom Family — CORE activist Patricia, Movement attorney John, and FAMU student activist (and later novelist) Tananarive Due.

F2C: Freedom to Connect » March 2 & 3, 2015, NYC

Named the "Freedom Ballot" (or "Freedom Vote"), the campaign begins on October 6 with a state-wide convention at the Masonic Temple in Jackson where an interracial slate of candidates is nominated to appear on the Movement's Freedom Ballot along with the Democratic and Republican candidates. Heading the Freedom ticket is NAACP leader Aaron Henry of Clarksdale for Governor, and Movement activist Rev. Ed King of Tougaloo College for Lt. Governor.

Martin Luther King and the Great March to Freedom in …

All those who attend are expected to comport themselves peacefully at all times while asserting their Constitutional right to freedom of assembly.