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A mural featuring Rev. James Reeb and Jimmie Lee Jackson is painted on a building at Civil Rights Memorial Park, Feb. 7, 2015, in Selma, Alabama. The park was established in 2001 and includes murals and plaques honoring those who led the Civil Rights movement in Selma in the 1960’s. Reeb, a Unitarian Universalist minister from Boston, killed in Selma in 1965 due to his work with the Civil Rights movement. Jackson, a Baptist church deacon, was also killed in 1965 in Selma due to his participation in the Civil Rights movement. The mural was part of the “Liberation Summer Project” in 1999. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)
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2015 Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright
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Selma, Alabama
A mural featuring Rev. James Reeb and Jimmie Lee Jackson is painted on a building at Civil Rights Memorial Park, Feb. 7, 2015, in Selma, Alabama. The park was established in 2001 and includes murals and plaques honoring those who led the Civil Rights movement in Selma in the 1960’s. Reeb, a Unitarian Universalist minister from Boston, killed in Selma in 1965 due to his work with the Civil Rights movement.  Jackson, a Baptist church deacon, was also killed in 1965 in Selma due to his participation in the Civil Rights movement. The mural was part of the “Liberation Summer Project” in 1999. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)