Selma Alabama 1965

The Rev. Fred Cappuccino, age 93, will tell the story of the five-day stand-off between the police and marchers in Selma, Alabama in 1965. It was a successful Gandhian effort that resulted in the Voting Rights.  Fred’s colleague, James Reeb, had been murdered in Selma, and several hundred Unitarian ministers went to Selma and participated in this non-violent struggle. The Rev. Fred Cappuccino

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