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Here Is Some Information For You If You Are Going To Selma

Next week thousands of people will visit the state of Alabama to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery March of 1965.

With former President George W. Bush and President Barrack Obama expected to make an appearance on Saturday and the reenactment festivities to happen Sunday this weekend will have a lot of must see events

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Reports Say Bobbi Kristina Suffered Violent Seizure While Being Weaned Of Meds

Bobbi Kristina has reportedly suffered a medical set back. It has been reported to various media outlets from someone close to the situation but unauthorized to speak for the family that Bobbi Kristina suffered “violent” seizures after the medicine used to keep her in a coma for over a month was withdrawn

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Things To Know About This Day February 26 In Black History [Video]

On this day in February 26, 1965 Jimmie Lee Jackson dies from gun shots inflicted by the police after a voting-rights meeting in Marion, Alabama.

In response to the death of Jimmie Lee Jackson the SCLC wanted to march from Selma to Montgomery

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(Photo by Andrew Harrer-Pool/Getty Images)

Former President George W Bush Will Join President Obama At The March In Selma

It was March 1965 when law enforcement officers attacked civil rights marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge. The incident occurred when about 600 Blacks left the Brown Chapel AME Church for the 50 mile march to Montgomery

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