Flashback: Dallasites Marched Downtown in Solidarity With Selma in 1965

Editor's note: Take a look back into The Dallas Morning News archives.As the country stirred from the unrest happening in the South in 1965, Dallas was not excluded from the fight for racial equality. More than 3,000 Dallas residents of different backgrounds crowded downtown Dallas as they marched in solidarity with those in Selma, Ala. and specifically in memory of the Rev. James Reeb, a white Unitarian minister who was killed by a group of white men after traveling to Selma to march in unity with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.   Continue reading...

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