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Joshua McFadden

SPE Member since 2015
Member Chapter: Northeast

After SELMA

The road from Selma to Montgomery, AL wasn't without opposition as Martin Luther King, Jr. led thousands from the African American community into new and deserved territory known as the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Now, as seen in these photographs, streets mirror similar scenes as community members of all races mourn the wrongful deaths of black boys and young men, while still fighting for what they thought they had all along - civil rights. Their sentiments can be heard: “We have marched from Selma, but 50 years later, where are we now?” After SELMA will continue to be documented all over the USA.

The Road to Selma

Man and Young Man

We Shall Overcome Someday

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View from Edmund Pettus Bridge

Forward

Faith

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50 years

Mercy

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