Our Collectible Selma to Montgomery Lapel Pin honors the thousands of protesters - black and white - who under federal police protection marched 54 miles from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama to protest the Jim Crow Laws impeding constitutional voting rights of minorities.
Different from modern voter pins given at polling places on Election Day, this pin represents your right to vote and the Voting Rights Act protecting that right. The triangular emblem features blue letters, red stars, and a white border, symbolizing colors of the American flag protesters carried.
Browse our Civil Rights Collection for more items commemorating the plight of African Americans who struggled for the freedoms we have now.
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