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Leaving Alabama, 1965

By Jeremiah Cahill For the first time, I was scared. Really scared. Hitchhiking solo into Selma, Alabama in March 1965 had been youthfully naïve. Six weeks later, departing that civil-rights hotbed by sticking a thumb out was not only foolish—it … Continue reading

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