The City of Selma, Alabama Opens Its Doors To The National Council of Women

Photo Credit: NCW

The wonderful city of Selma, Alabama has rolled out the welcome mat! The National Council of Women is elated to support the emerging commerce and economic developments coming to the area.

Photo Credit: Saideh Browne. A view from The St. James Hotel

During a tour of the city, NCW was able to tour the historic St. James Hotel and snap a photo of the The Edmund Pettus Bridge was the site of the conflict of Bloody Sunday on March 7, 1965; when armed policemen attacked civil rights demonstrators with billy clubs and tear gas as they were attempting to march to the Alabama state capital of Montgomery.
The bridge was declared a National Historic Landmark on March 11, 2013.

Photo Credit; Saideh Browne
The now-closed National Voting Rights Museum and Institute in Selma, Alabama. 

Photo Credit; Saideh Browne
A mural behind City Hall in Selma, Alabama 

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