Selma, Alabama 1965 Civil Rights march to Montgomery State Capital Building lead by Doctor Martin Luther, King, Jr. and Andrew Young. The stage is set to do political battle with President L.B. Johnson and AL Governor George Wallace which results in Bloody Sunday at the Edmund Pettus Bridge by the AL State Police mounted on horses charging and bludgeoning these peaceful protest marchers. After the court awarded clear passage the march is completed and the Right for Blacks to Vote was secured.
UN Ambassador, US Congressman & Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young & Daniel Parkman in DC.
Mary Parkman Peabody, mother of Massachusetts Governor Endicott Peabody leads a restaurant segregation sit in at St. Augustine FL 1964.
This is the Sturdivant Hall, Selma, AL owned by John McGee Parkman now a museum, gift shop and hall used for weddings. There is now a Selma to Montgomery March Museum downtown.