A starting point for the historic Selma to Montgomery marches in 1965, and a meeting place for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference during the Selma Movement, the Brown Chapel AME Church still stands today for you to explore, take in, and better understand the role played by this amazing structure and the people within it. The church has since been added to the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage and was also declared a National Historic Landmark. With its imposing twin tours, the church was built in 1908 in Romanesque Revival. Though little is known of Mr. Farley, the church is extremely well-known for its contributions which shaped the United States.
410 Martin Luther King, Jr. Street, Selma, Alabama
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