Solidarity, Alabama Freedom March, 1965
© Stephen Somerstein

Solidarity, Alabama Freedom March, 1965

By Stephen Somerstein
About the image
The Rev. Arthur Matott, John Lewis, Andrew Young, Sister Mary Leoline, and numerous others show their solidarity during the third Selma-to-Montgomery march of 1965.

John Lewis was head of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee at the time, and went on to become a Congressman from Georgia, a position he held from 1987 until his death in 2020; Andrew Young was executive director of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and later became a Congressman from Georgia, the US Abassador to the United Nations (under Jimmy Carter), and then Mayor of Atlanta. He went on to serve on various boards and committees as an advocate for underprivileged individuals and communities.

Release Notes:
This image was featured for the first time for collectors at our landmark exhibition: Rosa Sat, Martin Walked, & Barack Ran: From a Seat on a Bus to a Desk at The White House, in February, 2010.

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Solidarity, Alabama Freedom March, 1965
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