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Sunday, Feb. 4, 2001
Through Spokane's eyes

LOCAL SUPPORT. This picture, published March 27, 1965, ran on Page 3 of the Spokane Daily Chronicle. About 230 marchers, mostly college students, demonstrated at the Spokane County Courthouse.
"If there wasn't an open demonstration of the things that were wrong, then it would not have been changed. It would still be like it was." Listen to Jerrelene Williamson
In this report
  • Jerrelene Williamson
  • The Chad Mitchell Trio
  • Verda and Sam Minnix
  • The Edmund Pettus Bridge
  • In the paper

  • Marching for justice
  • Editorials from 1965

    Off-site Links

  • Selma to Montgomery March
  • Selma 1965
  • National Voting Rights Museum and Institute



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  • Selma to Montgomery
    March for voting rights

    Photographs allow a glimpse back into history in a quiet way. You can look at a photograph for the finer details and through them glimpse the larger vision put in perspective only by the passing of time.
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    Were you in the local photos? Know someone who was? Have a story or memory to share? You can contact Rebecca Nappi by phone at (509)459-5496 or (800)789-0029 ext. 5496 or by e-mail at rebeccan@spokesman.com.

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