A March for All describes the conviction and perseverance of the people who participated in these non-violent marches from Selma, Alabama, to the capitol in Montgomery to protest the lack of state voting rights for African Americans. Although the first two attempts to march were thwarted, these determined marchers gained widespread support to overcome numerous obstacles to reach their goal. This book tells the story of one of the most significant civil rights events in U.S. history and takes the reader beyond the headlines of the day and inside the marches that drew national attention to the issues of segregation and unimpeded voting rights for African Americans.
Paperback, 32 pages, published by Eastern National.
This book is proudly printed in the USA.