Edmund Pettus Bridge
Edmund Pettus Bridge
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Bruce B
1 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2024 • Par
Make sure you talk with Columbus in the park at the foot of the bridge, and support Selma with a purchase or donation. And then have lunch at Five & Dime! Great meal and wonderful space!
Skrevet 5. mars 2024
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Ken T
Glen Oaks, NY609 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Alene
I had always wanted to visit this bridge. The Edmund Pettus Bridge is much smaller than I thought. I walked across the bridge and enjoyed the nice views of the Alabama river below. The traffic was very light that day.
Skrevet 25. januar 2024
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Hilary
Chicago, IL548 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2023 • Venner
The Edmund Pettus Bridge is a historic landmark, an essential part of the Civil Rights history of our country. I am grateful for the opportunity to visit this hallowed site, to learn about the history, and to hear from someone who was beaten on the march for freedom. It was deeply moving.

The bridge itself was smaller than I had imagined and visitors today walk on a pedestrian path on the bridge next to the cars whizzing by. On one side, just off the road, is a tribute to those who lost their lives in the struggle. I wish it were better maintained. Selma itself has also seen better days. Regardless, Selma and the bridge are well worth a visit.
Skrevet 7. juli 2023
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John V
West Chester, PA20 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2023 • Par
Visiting Selma and walking across the edmund pettus bridge is a guy punching experience. We had the distinct privilege of speaking with 92 year old George Sallie - a foot soldier in the 1965 voting rights struggle. We also spent time with Columbus, that's a conversation everyone visiting Selma should have.

Investigate the history of Selma to understand why it is in such a state of disrepair.

Walking over the bridge is an emotional experience, I for one was battling my feelings of anger and frustration, not only on what was needed to effect change, but how much change still is needed.
Skrevet 29. mai 2023
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KFS_386
Vermont553 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2023
The Selma to Montgomery march started at the nearby Bethel AME Church. We stopped there first, then parked downtown and walked over the bridge. It was a very moving experience, knowing the history. There is a nice park on the other side with information, art, and sculpture.

However, I would not walk over the entire bridge again as it is quite busy. I'd recommend seeing the "main" part of the bridge, then driving over to the park.
Skrevet 29. mai 2023
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Tricia S
Boston, UK13 bidrag
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apr. 2023 • Par
Stayed overnight in the St James’ Hotel and walked over this very historic bridge the next morning. It is a ‘must see’ for anyone interested in the civil rights story. Sadly, there is not much else to see but there is a small memorial garden on the Montgomery side which, although not too well maintained tells some of the stories of those involved. Recommend visiting the St James’ Hotel also as it is very welcoming and has been sympathetically restored to some of it’s former grandeur.
Skrevet 16. april 2023
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Sydney
Saint Louis, MO211 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2022
You cannot visit Selma without visiting the Edmund Pettus Bridge. It looks exactly as it did in the 1960s, so it is a powerful reminder that the fight for civil rights was not too long ago. There are sidewalks on the bridge so it is easy to walk and spend time reflecting on the March to Montgomery.
Skrevet 6. mars 2023
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FlyAtNight
Brooklin, Canada3 452 bidrag
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okt. 2022
Selma was my next stop after seeing the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute earlier in the day. We arrived in Selma late in the day, but were at the Edmund Pettus Bridge early the next morning. It gave us time to walk back and forth over the bridge. The National Voting Rights Museum didn't open until later, but we knew that in advance. There wasn't a lot of traffic so we were able to take a number of photos of the bridge. We crossed back just in time for the Selma Interpretive Center opening, which is also a required stop. After this stop it was on our way to Montgomery and Atlanta for more important stops in the fight for civil rights. The bridge looks the same as it did on Bloody Sunday in 1965. A coat of paint would go far in improving how the bridge looks. Even more important would be some plaques installed in the area that honor the importance of this bridge in the civil rights movement.
Skrevet 28. oktober 2022
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Sundncr
Washington DC, DC1 130 bidrag
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sep. 2022
It was an honor to visit this bridge, the site of Civil rights protest. It is just off Downtown Selma. On a Sunday morning, there were a few visitors. I walked up to the top of the bridge and reflected. Walked back down and meet a 91 year old foot soldier with whom I took some snaps. Later, I drove across the river to the other side, where there is a monument to the civil rights struggle and some gift shops. They were closed on Sunday. It was quite an experience and this site needed to be visited as part of the history of this country.
Skrevet 27. september 2022
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ConversationStarters
Gainesville, GA462 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2022
Growing up as a kid in my native Canada I remember seeing news coverage of Bloody Sunday in 1965 in Selma AL when folks who simply wanted the most basic of rights were attacked and beaten by what can best be described as storm troopers. They were Black, led by brave people like Martin Luther King and John Lewis. 4 died, so many more injured by the, yep, white troopers.

They’d simply crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge. All my life I never forgot the image of that bridge and always wanted to see it in person, to stand where history was made at such a high cost. Again for the most basic of rights. In August of 2022 I finally made it to the site. Humbling.

At the base of the bridge is the National Civil Rights Museum. Another impactful place to visit. Across the road is the Civil Rights Park.

What surprised my most is how much how Selma looked back in the 60’s, hasn’t changed much. Even a Rexall Drugs sign. But things have changed with over 80 percent of the population now Black.

Highly recommend this historical and important part of this nation’s history of civil rights, and the price paid to secure them.
Skrevet 31. august 2022
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