© National Voting Rights Museum and Institute
The city of Selma played an integral role in advocating for voting rights and human dignity, and the National Voting Rights Museum and Institute is a place to understand, in detail, all of the events and people behind the course-altering acts. You can find the museum right in the heart of the Historic District of Selma, beside the famed Edmund Pettus Bridge. There are so many exhibits dedicated to various aspects beyond the Selma-Montgomery March such as women’s suffrage, churches, Reverend Jesse Jackson, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and the movement in other cities across the nation. The museum is a must-visit when in Selma and is sure to captivate the hearts of visitors of all ages.
6 US-80 BUS, Selma, AL 36701, Phone: 334-526-4340
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