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Administered by the National Park Service. The site is comprised by two interpretive centers, one in Selma and the other, in Lowndes County.
A National Park Service site dedicated to those who marched 54 miles from Selma to the state's capitol in Montgomery for voting rights.
Settlement on black-owned property near Route 80 in Lowndes County formed in 1965 for sharecroppers who were kicked off their land for voter registration activity. Tents were set up to accommodate participants of Selma to Montgomery march.
Viola Gregg Liuzzo was driving marchers back to Selma from Montgomery when she was shot and killed on March 25, 1965 by Klansmen in a passing car.