✅Coming up soon in 3 weeks! Free event!! Dec. 8th, 2018 we are having Reality Tour ⛓👮🏻at Selma High School 📙🐻from 11:00AM-2:00PM. Registration will start at 10am 🕙
Reality Tour is a nationally recognized parent and child drug prevention program featuring an interactive walk through the life and death of a child on drugs. Open to youth ages 10-18 and their parents. 🔺there will be lunch after and raffle prizes 🔺you must register to attend. You can go on eventbrite and look up Selmarealitytour18.eventbrite.com and register there or call us at ☑️559-244-4517. #drugprevention#realitytour#communityevent#free#performingabovethehigh#eventbrite#CHC#selma
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It took a hundred years to build this place and finally the truth found a space for itself on our national mall, forever shifting, hopefully, our center of gravity. Brilliant photo by Matt Herron documenting the 1965 Selma to Montgomery March as displayed in the museum.
Strange Fruit (excerpt)
Poem by Dominique Christina
I tell my son to remember Emmett Till,
to remember when his eyes
were still hazel, still smiling
and how high he held his head
to celebrate that brand new hat,
to remember that his mother loved him
and almost couldn't recognize him
after that last whistle left his throat.
I tell him I'll be his mother
and celebrate his brown boy buoyancy
all the days of my life, and that while I don't
know what tomorrow holds,
I know that he'll never be strange fruit,
will never be broken open, will never be strung up,
will never be hog tied,
will never have his face so like my own
crushed or mangled or hatcheted.
I tell my son:
I'm growing these limbs to get
'round him and surround him and
we'll be strong and
unapologetically black for as long
as we can be.
Costume designs from the film, Selma directed by @ava.
These were the costumes for Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robertson, Addie Mae Collins, and Carol Denise McNair – the four little girls who were killed during the 16th Street Baptist church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama, by the Ku Klux Klan on Sunday, September 15, 1963. Photograph by @awolerizku.